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CONTENT 



INTBODUCTION 



PART I International Fellowship and Training Programmes. A World 

Review 9 

Unesco Foreign Student Enquiry, 1951-52 .... 21 

Statistical Commentary on Volume IV, Study Abroad . . 23 

Commentary on the Award of Fellowships, 1951-52 . . 33 

PAHT II Key to Part II . 37 

Internationa] Fellowships and Scholarships available in 1952-53 39 

Last of Institute of International Education selection committees 350 

Addendum 356 

Index 358 

GENERAL INDEX 421 



INTRODUCTION 



In 1953 Unesco offers the fifth volume of its annual publication, International Handbook of 
Fellowships, Scholarships and Educational Exchange. 

Since 1948, when the task was first undertaken, Study Abroad has increased the scope of 
its information as follows: 



Tolume 


Year 


Number or fellowship 
programme ^ listed 


Number of study 
opportunities offered 


I 


1948 


672 


15,070 


II 


1949 


1,326 


24,203 


III 


1950-51 


1,590 


35,459 


IV 


1951-52 


1,793 


38,793 


V 


1952-53 


1,893 


43,000 



These increases in part reflect a genuine growth in international fellowship programmes in 
the last five years, a proportion of which is accounted for by expanded governmental and 
international schemes for technical training designed to implement plans for social and 
economic development. But what the figures show more clearly is that Study A broad itself 
has become a more comprehensive collection of information, so that now it covers a very 
high percentage of the international study opportunities that are offered. 

THE PURPOSE OP THE HA N D BOOK 

Study Abroad is intended first and foremost as a handbook to which students can refer in 
order to discover the opportunities open to them for furthering their education in other 
countries. The search for such opportunities follows the tradition of many centuries' 
standing, that travel combined with study abroad is one of the most fertile stimulants to 
contact between cultures. 

Unesco's interest in preparing the handbook goes further than that, however. It has been 
realized for a long time that the international exchange of students, teachers and research 
workers has a significance that reaches far beyond any question of individual motivation. 
Whatever the individual may gain personally from his foreign experiences, the cultural 
contacts he has helped to create are of outstanding importance in international relations, 
especially as they involve processes of education and learning, and the transfer of techniques 
and knowledge from one country to another in a manner which is not always achieved in 
commerce, tourism, or other types of iritercultural activities. 

It cannot be assumed that all educational exchanges are productive of better inter- 
national understanding, but it is at least possible to investigate the conditions under which 
this is most likely to be attained. Many fellowship programmes fail to achieve all that was 
hoped for them because they are faultily conceived, planned and administered. However 
willing the individual student may be to take advantage of foreign study opportunities, 
the donors of fellowships must still be responsible for assuring that the best use is made 



of available funds by selecting the most promising students and providing the most suitable 
study facilities and supervision. This and many other aspects of fellowship programmes are 
equally worthy of consideration. 

Before the publication of Study Abroad there was no comprehensive attempt to collect 
in an international handbook all the available information concerning study opportunities. 
Study Abroad is being revised and expanded each year and it is already apparent that its 
publication has had some important consequences. Not only does the information it gives 
stimulate the international flow of student exchanges by drawing attention to study oppor- 
tunities that might otherwise have been missed, but it also contributes to the quality of 
fellowship programmes by producing a wide range of applications from which the best 
candidates can be chosen. 

The fact that so much relevant information is assembled in a single volume permits an 
overall view of international student exchanges which has never before been possible. Each 
year of publication adds to the accuracy and value of Study Abroad in this respect, and 
enables the individual participant in fellowship programmes to understand something of 
the more far reaching implications of the international movement in which he is involved. 

Study Abroad as a whole, therefore, is intended not only as a reference handbook for the 
individual student seeking study opportunities abroad. It is also intended for: 

Planners and Administrators of Exchange of Persons programmes who can benefit from 

a handbook of current information within their fields of interest. 
Donors of Fellowships who can ascertain some of the most promising yet neglected fields 

which deserve attention. 
Government Departments and International Organizations which need a system* of reference 

for national and international educational activities of interest to them. 
Teachers, Instructors and Career Advisers in universities and other institutions, as a source 

for the guidance of their students. 
Historical and Sociological Research workers, as a source-book for much information on 

cross-cultural education. 

Instructions as to how to consult Part II of Study Abroad, which lists 1,893 fellowship and 
scholarship programmes, will be found on the Guide Page. But for those who are interested in 
some of the wider aspects of the international exchange of persons, the actual study oppor- 
tunities that are offered each year provide only part of the information that they require. 
A more thorough conspectus of international fellowships and training schemes demands a 
further analysis of fellowship programmes, supplemented by additional information from 
other sources. Study Abroad also attempts to answer questions such as: 

In what fields of study are most international fellowships offered? 
Which countries offer the most fellowships? 
Which countries of study are most frequently specified? 

How many fellowships for international study are open to the nationals of each country? 
What are some of the major trends in present exchange programmes? 
What part do the United Nations, its Specialized Agencies, and governments play in the 
international exchange of persons? 

An attempt is also made, on the basis of existing information, to answer other, equally 
important questions: 

How may foreign students are there in each country? 

What are they studying, and how are they supported? 

How are the fellowships offered actually awarded? 

What results do fellowship programmes achieve in terms of the interchange of knowledge 

and the increase of international understanding and co-operation? 
How can fellowship programmes be more effectively planned and administered in order to 

achieve the aims for which they are intended? 

As the scope of Study Abroad increases, more detailed information on these and other 
subjects will be included. 

This year, Part I includes a general survey of exchange of persons operations in 1952, 



a statistical commentary on the fellowship offers reported in Volume IV, and some prelimi- 
nary results of the world-wide survey conducted by Unesco of foreign student popula- 
tions. 

In previous volumes of Study Abroad, a report by the International Labour Office on the 
International Movement of Trainees has been included. The information required for this 
report is collected by the ILO through enquiries among the governments of its Member 
States, international organizations and associations concerned with the international 
movement of trainees. The next enquiry, which will be more comprehensive than any 
previously attempted, will not be completed until 1953, and since information already 
collected can be referred to in Volume IV of Study Abroad, this section has been omitted 
this year. Meanwhile, Unesco continues to maintain close relations with ILO in its general 
studies of manpower problems, in so far as they relate to international training of skilled 
and unskilled personnel. 



OTHER UNESCO EXCHANGE OF PERSONS ACTIVITIES 

Study Abroad is compiled each year from information collected by Unesco's Exchange of 
Persons clearing house. It does not, however, attempt to cover the whole possible range of 
international exchange of persons activities. It concentrates, rather, upon subsidized study 
and training opportunities, preferably of a long-term nature, which are open chiefly to 
persons of university status. Other Unesco publications cover the more specialized or limited 
fields. Vacation Supplement to Study Abroad reports on shorter-term study and travel 
opportunities open to a wide range of persons during their annual holidays. Workers Abroad^ 
Teaching Abroad and Travel Abroad deal respectively with international exchanges of 
workers, teachers and youth, which although not commented or reported on in Study 
Abroad, constitute world- wide movements sponsored by numerous governments, associa- 
tions and international organizations. 

Volume II of Workers Abroad will concentrate chiefly upon descriptions of the Unesco 
projects in this field. Teaching Abroad which will be revised early in 1953, is primarily a 
document giving lists of vacancies for teachers from abroad in universities and other 
institutions, and of teachers of all grades who are prepared to offer their services in foreign 
institutions for limited periods. Travel Abroad, which is a service document for persons 
participating in educational travel has been revised completely, and includes information 
on the passport and visa regulations for 150 different countries and territories, and the 
currency regulations for 102 countries and territories, in so far as they affect persons 
travelling for educational and cultural purposes. There is also information on reductions 
in fares for groups travelling by rail in 40 countries, anr> on about 500 organizations in 
56 countries and 30 international organizations which can assist young people travelling 
abroad by arranging study tours, accommodation and similar services. 

Although these publications are generally devoted to international activities within 
specific fields, they are, in fact, also related to certain exchange of persons projects under- 
taken by Unesco. In the World Review of International Fellowship and Training Pro- 
grammes in this volume of Study Abroad, reference is made to Unesco's participation in the 
United Nations Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance, and to fellowships offered 
to Member States in its regular programme. But in addition there are several more specialized 
exchange of persons activities which Unesco undertakes. 



EXCHANGE OF WORKERS, TEACHERS AND YOUTH 

In the field of workers' exchanges, Unesco's contribution is a Workers Travel Grant scheme, 
with the participation of important trade union, co-operative and workers' educational 
organizations. In 1952, 37 groups of workers, totalling about 760 persons from 12 European 
countries, were enabled, through travel grants, to participate in group educational travel 
in European countries other than their own. 

Unesco is at present operating programmes for the exchange of teachers in two separate 
regions. In both regions the schemes are financed jointly by Unesco and the participating 
governments. In the Near East arrangements have been made for the reciprocal exchanges 



of six teachers between Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Hasbemite Jordan. In Latin America 
tbere is a similar scheme for the reciprocal exchanges of eight teachers between Mexico, 
Ecuador, Cuba and Costa Rica. 

Youth travel grants are arranged by Unesco in co-operation with youth and student 
organizations to cover the inter-icgional travel costs of persons participating in international 
activities of an educational character such as seminars, discussion groups, conferences, and 
educational travel in connexion with subjects closely related to Unesco's programme. 
In 1952, 42 holders of Unesco travel grants, drawn from 32 nations and territories, took 
part in meetings and projects in Germany, Holland, India, Switzerland, Canada, Franct, 
Africa, Brazil, Lebanon, Mexico and El Salvador. 



UNESCO UNIVERSITY COURSES 

Under a newly initiated scheme whereby teams of eminent university teachers are sent for 
an academic year to universities where certain faculties need development, three social 
dentists, from the Netherlands, Denmark and the United States respectively, took up 
their duties in July 1952, at the University of Dacca, East Pakistan. A second team of 
three chemists, from France, Austria and Italy respectively will start teaching at th 
Central University of Caracas, Venezuela, in November 1952. 



RESEARCH AND EVALUATION 

Coupled with these Unesco Exchange of Persons programmes there is a research programme 
for the evaluation of fellowship and training schemes, and for the establishment of criteria 
for effective fellowship administration. An international meeting of experts was arranged 
to take place in Bangkok in December 1952. Reports on this meeting, which included on its 
agenda most of the topics likely to be of interest to fellowship administrators, with parti- 
cular reference to the problems of Southern Asia, will be included in Volume VI of Study 
Abroad. 



PART * I 

INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES 

A WORLD REVIEW 



During 1952, trends in the international exchange of persons continued along the line 
established in earlier post-war years. At the same time, there seems to be an increasing 
emphasis upon the type of programme, sponsored and financed by national governments or 
international organizations, which concentrates upon awards for studies contributing to 
economic and social development in the countries of the fellowship holders. 

These latter types of fellowship are found partly in programme which can be classified 
under the general term "Technical Assistance", and partly in the national programmes of 
countries which are in need of economic and social development, but lack adequate insti- 
tutions at home for training specialized personnel. 

In spite of their importance, however, fellowships of this type only account for a relatively 
small percentage of the total number of opportunities reported in Study Abroad. This 
review is divided therefore, into three main parts. The first deals with Technical Assistance 
programmes, in so far as they are implemented by international fellowships. The second 
deals with the regular programmes of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies, 
which although sometimes co-ordinated with the Technical Assistance programmes, must 
be considered more as a means of promoting the aims of the international organizations 
concerned. In the third part, attention is turned to national programmes which are making 
important contributions to the world-wide movement of fellows, scholars and trainees. 



TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES 



Opportunities for study abroad, in the form of fello wships, scholarships and training 
grants, represent one of the most important means of implementing Technical Assistance 
programmes. But these opportunities in themselves only represent one part of such plans. 
It is usual to find that Technical Assistance fellowship programmes are closely integrated 
at a governmental and international level with a more general plan for social and economic 
development which may also include the provision of expert services and essential equip- 
ment. 

From the standpoint of the individual student in an underdeveloped country, partici- 
pation in a Technical Assistance programme as a fellowship holder is not simply a conse- 
quence of desiring to study abroad in a subject of his own choice, but of being able to 
integrate his own qualifications and motives with the overall plan or specificprojactsforeco- 
nomic and social development. In particular, the qualifications that he will acquire abroad 
must be considered in the light of whether, on his return, he will be able to replace a foreign 
expert already at work in his country, or if not, to be employed in a previously unfilled 
position related to the project for which he was trained. 

Many of the fellowships listed in Study Abroad represent training grants of this nature. 
Specialized training can contribute greatly to the effectiveness of Technical Assistance 
programmes. But in order to produce a balanced educational development in underdeveloped 
countries, it is still nejcessary that this specialization should be supplemented by other types 



of programmes, giving a more general training, which are designed to provide study oppor- 
tunities for some of the best potential scholars of a country, regardless of immediate 
relevance to economic and social development. 

At present there are four major agencies operating Technical Assistance programmes. 
The United Nations Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance receives contributions 
from 62 nations and had projects in operation in 75 countries and territories by the end 
of 1951. A second important agency is the Council for Technical Co-operation in South and 
South-East Asia, commonly known as the "Colombo Plan**. In this there is co-operation 
between 16 countries and colonial territories which are mostly, but not exclusively, within 
the British Commonwealth. A third Technical Assistance agency is to be found in the 
Organization of American States, which, through its various specialized agencies, promotes 
technical co-operation in numerous fields throughout the whole of North and South Ame- 
rica, with the exception of Canada. The outstanding characteristic of the Technical Co- 
operation Programme of the Organization of American States is its promotion of a series 
of institutes and training centres which draw upon experts from Member Countries for the 
purposes of instruction, and offers fellowship facilities to a number of trainees each year. 
The fourth Technical Assistance agency, which is operated on a national basis by the United 
States Government through agreements with other countries, is the "Point 4** programme, 
run by the Technical Co-operation Administration in the Department of State. Although 
closely co-ordinated with other internationally organized Technical Assistance programmes 
"Point 4** activities are operationally quite distinct from them. 



THE UNITED NATIONS EXPANDED PROGRAMME OP TECHNICAL 
ASSISTANCE 

The first phase of the Expanded Programme began in July 1950 and ended on 31 December 
1951. The second financial period was entered into in 1952. The co-operating agencies are 
the United Nations, International Labour Organisation, Food and Agricultural Organi- 
zation, Unesco, International Civil Aviation Organization, World Health Organization, 
International Telecommunication Union and the World Meteorological Organization. 
For many projects there is close co-operation between the United Nations International 
Children's Emergency Fund and the World Health Organization, whereby the former 
provides equipment and the latter expert services. The International Bank for Recon- 
struction and Development and the International Monetary Fund are not titular members 
of the Technical Assistance Board; nevertheless they are represented at meetings and co- 
operate fully in the promotion of the programme's objectives. In addition, there is co- 
operation with the Technical Assistance Division of the United Nations Relief and Works 
Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East. 

By the end of 1951, 797 technical experts had been provided for 75 underdeveloped 
countries and territories and, by the end of March 1952, an additional 227 experts had been 
recruited. Altogether the experts had been drawn from 61 countries. 

Up to the end of 1951, 845 fellowships and scholarships were awarded. The following 
table shows the distribution of awards according to the main fields of study and training 
in which each organization undertakes responsibility. 

Fields of study and training 

UNITED NATIONS 

Public Administration 57 

General Economic Development 38 

Industrial Development 51 

Transport and Communications 49 

Public Finance and Fiscal Policies 42 

Statistics 17 

Education 4 

Social Welfare and Development 193 

Total ~45l 

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Fields of study and training Number of 

_ * _ _ _ __ _ Fellows or Scholars 

ILO 

Social Security (including 44 seminar study grants) .... 46 

Labour Inspection ........... 4 

Employment Services ........... 5 

Co-operatives ............ 4 

Labour Legislation ........... 1 

Statistics (including 27 seminar study grants) ..... 29 

Wage- fixing Machinery .......... X 

Industrial Safety ............ 1 

Industrial Relations ........... 1 

Total ............. 92 

FAO 

Agriculture ............. 15 

Economics ............. 7 

Nutrition ............. 10 

Fisheries ............. 4 

Forestry .............. 13 

Total ............. ~^" 



UNESCO 

Education ............. 87 

Natural Sciences ............ 27 

Mass Communication ........... 4 

Social Sciences ............ 2 

Cultural Activities ........... 4 

Others .............. 5 

Total ............. "Ho 



ICAO 

Communications and Meteorology ........ 6 

Air Traffic Services ........... 6 

Air Transport Policies and Administration ...... 13 

Engineering and Flying .......... 8 

Total ............. -33 

WHO 

Public HealthGeneral .......... 65 

Maternal and Child Health ......... 7 

Tuberculosis Nursing ........... 5 

Malaria Control ............ 2 

Venereal Diseases Control .......... 3 

Other Communicable Diseases ......... 2 

Total . . . .......... ~~JJ4 

Altogether fellows and scholars were drawn from 46 countries. Countries which received 30 or 
more fellowships or scholarships each were as follows: Brazil 32, Burma 36, Ecuador 35, Greece 
30, India 99, Iran 61, Israel 75, Libya 34, Pakistan 71, Philippines 34, Syria 40, Thailand 57. 

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The fellows and scholars visited 45 countries in the course of their studies. The leading 
host countries were: United States, 228 visits; United Kingdom, 165 visits; France, 100 
visits; Netherlands, 56 visits; Canada, 55 visits; Sweden, 45 visits; Belgium, 40 visits; 
India, 36 visits; Switzerland, 35 visits; Ceylon 34- visits. 

Up to the end of March 1952 a further 232 fellowships were awarded, and at 1 August 1952 
859 fellowships and scholarships were held. It is anticipated that in 1953 the programme 
will be further increased. 

A notable feature of the Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance is the system of 
joint projects in many of the countries receiving assistance, in which two or more of the 
Specialized Agencies co-operate with the country concerned, arid with other agencies 
interested in the type of aid being given. Some of these projects take the form of regional 
training centres for trainees from the surrounding countries. 

At the end of 1951, for instance, a temporary International Training Centre on Vital 
Statistics and Health Statistics for South-East Asia was set up in Ceylon, with 31 partici- 
pants from eight countries, under the joint sponsorship of the Government of Ceylon, WHO 
and the United Nations. Also in 195 1. 30 representatives from 12 Latin American countries 
participated in an intensive three-months' programme at the Latin American Training 
Centre for Agricultural Statistics in Costa Rica. This programme was organized by FAO 
with the co-operation of the Governments of Co?ta Rica and the United States of America, 
the Inter-American Statistical Institute, the Organization of American States and the 
United Nations. Some of the more sustained projects can be found in Unesco's network of 
Fundamental Education Centres. The first of these was opened at Pat/cuaro, Mexico, 
m_1951, with the co-operation of the Mexican Gavernmsnt, Uricsco, FAO, ILO, WHO 
and 16 participating nations. In 1952 there were 110 students enrolled, and by 1953 this 
should have been raised to 150. The second centre, for the Arab States, will open at Sirs- 
el-Layan, Egypt, early in 1953, with the co-operation of the Egyptian Government, Unesco, 
United Nations, WHO, FAO, ILO and six participating nations. 



"COLOMBO PLAN 

The Council for Technical Co-operation in South and South-East Asia was established as the 
result of a meeting held in Colombo early in 1950. The original participants were countries 
of the British Commonwealth and British colonial territories in S3uth and South-East 
Asia. It was intended from the start that neighbouring countries should also participate. 
A a result, Burma, Nepal, Viet-Nam, Laos and Cambodia have joined the Council, and the 
Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia send observers. 

~The Colombo Plan does not attempt to provide an overall scheme for development 
throughout the whole region. Rather, it invites its participants to produce their own plans 
for the six years from 1951-57. The Council then acts as a centre for co-ordination and infor- 
mation as to how finance, capital goods and expert assistance, including training facilities, 
can be provided in order to meet the needs of the programmes. Help and guidance can be 
given in the preparation and development of plans, but if a country wishes to handle its 
own situation independently, it is at liberty to do so. The position at the end of June 1952 
was as follows: 

Experti 

Sixty-fire experts had been provided from the following countries: United Kingdom, 28; 
Australia, 20; New Zealand, 11; Canada, 3; India, 3. 

Trainee* 

Total number of trainees requested, 1,195; negotiations completed for, 548; negotiations 
proceeding for, 612; Requests in abeyance, 35. 

In the 548 cases where negotiations had been completed, the trainees were drawn from 
the following countries: Ceylon, 121; India, 198; Pakistan, 163; Indonesia, 16; Federation of 
Malaya, 27; Nepal, 5; Philippines, 3; Sarawak, 6; Singapore, 1; Thailand, 4; North Borneo, 4. 

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Five hundred and forty-eight training facilities for these had been found in the following 
countries: United Kingdom, 132; Australia, 198; New Zealand, 95; Canada, 86; India, 36; 
Pakistan, 1. 

The periods of training range from brief 2-3 week missions to full courses of 3 or 4 years, 
and embrace an exceedingly wide variety of fields of study. 

For example: two Ceylonese customs officers have been sent to study in the United 
Kingdom for three months; five Indians to study highway engineering in Australia and 
New Zealand for 5-6 months; 23 Indians to study coal mining in the United Kingdom for 
six months; one Pakistani to study livestock breeding in New Zealand for a year; two 
Indonesians to study statistics in India for six months; three Malayans to study medicine 
in Australia; one Nepalese to study aeronautical engineering in Australia for four years; 
one person from North Borneo to study accountancy in Now Zealand for four years; one 
Filipino to study public health and tropical medicine in Australia; one person from Sarawak 
to study forestry in Australia for four years; one from Singapore to hold a mathematics 
scholarship in New Zealand for three years; three Thais to study statistics in India for 
six months. 



ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES 

The 1952 Technical Co-operation Programme of the Organization of American States listed 
seven projects that had already been initiated by February 1952. The following countries 
were enabled to participate in some or all of these projects: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, 
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, 
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, U.S.A., Uruguay, Venezuela. 

Training Centre for Economics and Financial Statistics. Organized by the Inter-American 
Statistical Institute for a duration of five years. The Centre is situated in Chile, and 
provides training for about 30 students each year. 

Training in Co-ordinated Services for Indigenous Communities. Organized be the Inter- 
American Indian Institute, for a duration of three years. The project is conducted in 
Mexico. During the first year four trainees each will be taken from Bolivia, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Mexico and Peru. 

Training Centres for Directors of Co-operative Movements. Organized by the Pan American 
Union for a duration of one and a half years. The first of three centres is situated in 
Puerto Rico. Fellowship aid is provided for three trainees from each Member country. 

Inter- American Housing Research and Training Centre. Organized by the Pan American 
Union for a duration of five years. The Centre is situated in Bogota, Colombia, and it is 
proposed that one trainee should be taken yearly from each of the 21 Member countries. 

Workshop on Administration of Children's Services. Organized by the American Interna- 
tional Institute for the Protection of Childhood, for a duration of three years. The 
Centre is situated in Montevideo, Uruguay. Proposed that each year seven American 
countries should send one representative each for a two-month period of training and 
orientation, to be followed by a one-month visit by field teams provided by the Institute 
to the countries to which the representatives had returned in order to organize similar 
workshops on a national basis. 

Technical Education for the Improvement of Agriculture and Rural Life. Organized by the 
Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences for a duration of five years. A tempo- 
rary centre for the Northern Zone is situated in Costa Rica, and the centre for the 
Southern Zone in Uruguay. Proposed that 125 students should receive four months' 
training each. In addition, 40 students to be trained on fellowships from national 
agencies, 10 to receive grants for undergraduate university work and 16 to complete 
their graduate studies. 

Provision of Training and Consultant Services through the Establishment of Pan American 
Aftosa Centre. Organized by the Pan American Sanitary Bureau and the Inter- American 
Institute of Agricultural Sciences, for a duration of five years. The centre is located in 
Brazil, and provides for one trainee from each Member country to study the various 
problems' controlling foot-and-mouth disease. 
Four additional projects have been proposed. These are to provide for a Workshop on 

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Teaching of Communicable Disease Nursing, an Institute for Advanced Studies in City 
Planning, an Inter- American Training Centre for Teachers of Rural Normal Schools and 
a Training Centre for Evaluation of Natural Resources. 



UNITED STATES "POINT FOUR" PROGRAMME 

By the end of May 1952 the Technical Co-operation Administration had 823 technical and 
professional employees and 88 clerical and administrative assistants operating in under- 
developed countries as part of its programme of Technical Assistance. 

For its 1952 training programme, 1,135 grants had been authorized and 294 actually 
made. Not all the recipients of awards had yet arrived in the United States, but including 
the recipients of grants made in previous years there were actually, at that time, 409 in 
training. Some 82 of these came from the Near East and Africa, 106 from South Asia, and 
221 from the American republics. The leading countries with trainees in the United States 
under "Point Four" programme were Pakistan, 60; Brazil, 36; India, 31; Peru, 31; Egypt, 25; 
Iran, 25; Bolivia, 22; Ecuador, 22. 

These trainees were being supervised by the following agencies of the Federal Government: 
Federal Security Agency, 93; Department of Agriculture, 76; Department of Commerce, 58; 
Institute of Inter- American Affairs, 73; Department of the Interior, 61; Department of 
Labour, 30; Bureau of the Budget, 16; Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1; Federal 
Communications Commission, 1. 



REGULAR FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME OF THE UNITED 
NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES 



Several of the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations, in addition to planning and 
administering large Technical Assistance fellowship programmes, have for some years been 
promoting fellowship programmes of their own, financed from their ordinary budgets, 
as an essential means of promoting their overall programmes. The fellowships awarded are 
normally offered through the governmental channels o f Member States, and not as the 
result of direct applications by individuals to the international organizations concerned. 



UNITED NATIONS 

Most United Nations fellowships and scholarships are now offered under the Expanded 
Programme for Technical Assistance. There is, however, a regular programme under which 
about 65 interneships are awarded annually for study and observation, in New York and 
Geneva, of the United Nations Organization and its General Assembly. Twenty- five are 
awarded to Civil Servants of UN Member States, and to officials of interested non-govern- 
mental organizations and of trade unions with international affiliations, and 40 to students 
from UN Member States. 

A type of United Nations fellowship programme which was announced for the first time 
in 1952 originated in a resolution of the General Assembly inviting Member States to offer 
fellowships to the inhabitants of Trust Territories to further their educational advancement. 
So far, offers have been received from the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia and from 
the Government of India, while an interest in the project is also being shown by certain 
other Member States. (For details see entries under A 490 and A 1893, in Part II.) 



INTERNATIONAL BANK 

The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development has a training programme 
under which about eight awards are made annually for the study of Bank history, purposes, 

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organization, operating policies and procedures. In the four years that the programme has 
been in operation, a total of 31 trainees from 29 countries have taken part. The Bank has 
employed nine of these trainees, but the intention for the future is that they should return 
home on the completion of their courses and contribute to the development o* their coun- 
tries. 



INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION 

ICAO runs a training programme, similar in its scope to the interneships of other Specialized 
Agencies, under which about six persons nominated by the governments of its Contracting 
States are brought to headquarters at Montreal for three months to work and observe its 
organization. 



INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION 

In 1951 the ILO expanded the regular fellowship programme first established in 1950. 
Twenty-seven fellowships were offered and 16 actually awarded as follows: 

To Austria, Guatemala, Haiti and Iceland in Labour Law; to Viet-Narn, Yugoslavia and 
Cape Verde (Portuguese Non-Metropolitan Territory) in Labour Inspection; to Pakistan, 
in Industrial Welfare; to Israel, in Vocational Training; to Brazil, in Co-operation; to Cuba, 
Thailand and Iraq, in Social Security; to Brazil, in Co-operation; to Cuba, Thailand and 
Iraq, in Social Security; to Finland, in Industrial Safety; to Australia and Turkey, in 
Industrial Relations. Fellowship holders studied in the United Kingdom, U.S.A., France, 
Switzerland, Chile, Netherlands, Belgium and Sweden. 

The ILO also has an interneship programme, available to the nominees of governments, 
employers' organizations and workers' organizations, for about 12 persons each year to 
study the purposes, methods and work of the ILO for two months. 



UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY 
FUND 

Under its 1951 programme Unicef awarded 112 fellowships in pediatrics, public health, 
child health, public health nursing, and social work, particularly in relationship to maternal 
and child health. Some 67 were awarded to nationals of European countries, 26 to 
Latin America, and 19 to Asia. Fellowship holders studied in the U.S.A., the United King- 
dom, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, New Zealand, India, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, 
Ecuador, Mexico and Jamaica. 

Unicef fellowships are administered by the World Health Organization. 



UNESCO 

The Unesco regular fellowship programme in 1952 consisted of 65 awards, permitting at 
least one to be made to each Member State which wished to avail itself of the offer and also 
to selected Non-self-governing Territories. The chief characteristic of the Unesco fellowships 
is that they are co-ordinated as far as possible with the whole Unesco programme for the 
current year. The 65 awards are divided into four main categories. Forty are for mature 
persons who can benefit from a course of study or research abroad in their selected subjects 
within Uncsco's field of interest. Ten are for manual or non-manual workers of a sufficient 
educational level who would not normally have the opportunity of studying other countries 
at first hand. Ten are for teaching about the United Nations, and arc open chiefly to edu- 
cational experts or administrators. Five are interneships for study, work and observation 
in the Unesco Secretariat, arid are awarded to mature persons engaged in a specific activity 
at a national level which is directly related to one of the major activities of Unesco's 
programme; 



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In 1952, 39 awards were made in the first category. The fields of study related to Unesco's 
programme which the beneficiary States selected were as follows: 

Technical Education: Afghanistan, China, El Salvador. 

Compulsory Education: Burma. 

Adult Education: Guatemala, Hashemite Jordan, Sweden. 

Fundamental Education: Jamaica and the Gold Coast (British Non-self-governing Terri- 
tories), Cambodia, French Non-self-governing Territories (2), Iran, Korea, Nicaragua, 
Panama, Peru, Venezuela. 

Films and Fundamental Education: France. 

Educational Statistics: Ecuador, Israel. 

The Role of Museums in Education: Australia, Denmark. 

Public Library Development: Germany. 

Conservation of Cultural Objects: Greece, Norway, Thailand. 

Use of Scientific Literature: Belgium. 

Social Science Teaching and Research: Netherlands, Switzerland. 

Tensions and Social Change: Lebanon. 

Mathematical Computing Machines: Italy, South Africa. 

Mass Communications: Mexico. 

Press: New Zealand. 

Film: Syria. 

Radio: Brazil. 

Implementation of Human Rights: Canada. 

International Co-operation: Haiti. 

Teaching about the United Nations. Eight fellowships were awarded to candidates from 

Egypt, Iraq, Liberia, Colombia, Mexico, Denmark, United Kingdom and Nev\ Zealand. 

Workers' fellowships. Ten were awarded to candidates from Ceylon, India, Japan, Pakistan, 

Egypt, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Uruguay and British Non-self-governing Territories. 

Interneships. Five were awarded to candidates from Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey, Brazil 

and Ecuador, 

Unesco-sponsored Fellowships. Certain fellowships which are financed by other donors are 
administered by Unesco, and co-ordinated as far as is practicable with the current Unesco 
programme. The sponsored fellowships which were in operation in 1952 were as follows: 

Unesco-British Press Fellowships. The last of a series of six fellowships was awarded to 
an Austrian. 

Unesco-American Chemical Society Fellowships. The last of a series of fellowships was 
awarded to a Filipino for study in the United States. 

Unesco-Netherlands Fellowships. Awards were made to an Israeli, a Brazilian and a 
Korean for study in the Netherlands. 

Unesco-Gilchrist Educational Trust Fellowships. An award for specialized research in 
the United Kingdom was made to a Yugoslav. 

Unesoo-Greek Government Fellowships. Awards were made to students from France 
and Italy, for historical research on Mount Athos. 

Unesco-French Government Fellowships. Seven awards have been made to Indians, two 
to Pakistanis and one to a Thai, for study in France. 

American Women's Organizations. New fellowship schemes for women only have been 
initiated by several women's organizations in the United States of America. Among these 
are the Soroptimists International Organization, the Wisconsin Federation of Women's 
Clubs, the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs and the Ohio Federation of Business and 
Professional Women's Clubs. 



WOULD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 

The total WHO fellowship programme is financed from Technical Assistance, Unicef and 
regular budget funds. Much of the responsibility for fellowship programmes is decentralized 
to six regional offices, and efforts are made to co-ordinate the programmes with the specific 
health projects of governments assisted by the organization. 

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The fellowships offered fall into two categories. Firstly, individual fellowships for post- 
graduate study and observation of practices, techniques and research, of which 400 are 
offered, and secondly, fellowships to attend group training programmes (courses, symposia, 
seminars) organized by WHO or assisted by it, of which about 250 are offered. 

In 1951, 511 awards were made, of which 212 were for group training as opposed to indi- 
vidual study. Some 16 beneficiaries were from the African region, 55 from the American 
region, 40 from the South-East Asian region, 296 from the European region, 85 from 
the Eastern Mediterranean region, 18 from the Western Pacific region and 1 from Libya. 

Of these awards, 339 were for the study of Health Organization and Services, 101 for 
Communicable Disease Services, and 71 for Clinical, Medical Services and Education. 

For the 511 fellows, 393 visits were planned to countries of study. 

Ten WHO fellows visited the African region for study, 182 the American region, 52 the 
South-East Asian region, 584 the European region, 30 the Eastern Mediterranean region 
32 the Western Pacific region, and one each Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. 

Of the 511 awards, 172 were for inter-regional study, while 339 incorporated study 
within a specified region. 



INTERNATIONAL N N - G O V E R N M E N T A L ORGANIZATIONS 

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience 
accounts for a high proportion of the opportunities listed. This fact, combined with the 
exceptional nature of its activities, justifies a special mention of lAESTE's operations 
in 1952. 

From the 920 students exchanged in 1948, the number able to obtain technical experience 
abroad under lAESTE's sponsorship has risen to 3,493 in 1952. This is achieved at a 
negligible administrative cost through the co-operation of numerous universities, technical 
training institutes and commercial and industrial firms in 16 countries Austria, Belgium, 
Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, 
Norway, Spain, Switzerland, U.S.A. and Yugoslavia. 

Exchanges take place during vacations, since the participants are students drawn from 
about 23 types of technical study in universities and institutes. They thereby gain the 
opportunity of industrial experience with firms abroad related to their subject of study. 
The cost of the exchanges is covered chiefly by payments to the participants by the receiving 
firms paying participants comparable rates to those given to unskilled workers in the 
countries they visit. In 1952, the 3,493 students who were exchanged worked a total of 
28,000 weeks in international industry, and received in payment a total contribution of 
over $161,000. 



FELLOWSHIP AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES IN SOME 
OF UNESCO'S MEMBER STATES 



Of the fellowships reported in Study Abroad, those offered by international organizations, 
including not only the United Nations arid its Specialized Agencies, arid a number of inter- 
national, non-governmental organizations, amount to no more than 15 per cent of the total 
listed. The remainder are reported under the country from which each offer originated. 
This arrangement provides an easy method of assessing the role of fellowships in each 
country's contribution to the international exchange of persons for educational purposes. 
As well as listing the awards offered Study Abroad also presents an analysis of some of the 
trends and consequences involved in this general process. But even this does not necessarily 
draw attention to the great contribution that is made by countries receiving large numbers 
of fellowship-holders of nationalities other than their own. Just as the offers of fellowships 
may represent either governmental or private undertakings, so also is responsibility for the 
reception and supervision of foreign students usually shared among various agencies. In 
addition to considering the fellowships that a nation gives, it is equally important to take 
into account its activities and achievements in this respect. 

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In practice it is usually found that the countries which offer most fellowships are also 
those that receive the most students. This is accounted for partly by the fact that many of 
the fellowships are offered specifically in order to bring students from abroad. But in 
addition to this, it is usually the countries that can afford the largest government and 
institutional programmes which also possess the technological training facilities so much 
sought after by underdeveloped countries. For instance, a major responsibility for receiving 
Technical Assistance scholars and trainees rests with relatively few European and American 
countries. 

For the size and scope of its fellowship and training operations the United States of 
America is in an outstanding position today. This position has been established through an 
abundance of study facilities in most fields, supported by a realization of the desirability of 
establishing close cultural relationships with other countries. It is probable that the 
United States, with its 30,000 foreign student population, draws more students from outside 
its region than all the countries of Western Europe combined. The Rockefeller, Carnegie 
and Ford Foundations continue to have an immense influence on international fellowship 
projects, while there are numerous universities and smaller foundations which also make 
important contributions. 

An agency which now holds a position of considerable importance in all fields connected 
with fellowship programmes and educational exchanges is the Institute of International 
Education. During 1951 the Institute selected and placed 4,250 persons in programmes for 
1951-52. Of these, 3,326 were students and specialists coming to the United States, and 
924 were Americans going abroad. Advice on study plans and scholarship opportunities was 
given to more than 100,000 persons. More than 5,000 applications for Fulbright graduate 
study abroad were processed by the Institute. 

The financial contributions of the U.S. Government itself towards the exchange of 
persons are themselves immense: the Fulbright programme alone bas achieved impressive 
dimensions. In addition to the large share which is contributed towards international 
organizations and the operation of "Point Four" Technical Assistance programme the State 
Department's Educational Exchange Service of the International Information Administra- 
tion sponsored 7,158 grants in aid for exchanges between the United States and 70 foreign 
countries during 1951. Of these, 5,630 were invited to the United States for study, teaching, 
observation and research, and 1,523 were Americans undertaking similar activities abroad. 
The Educational Exchange Service also assisted 464 organizations, through which about 
4,800 persons were exchanged. 

The Mutual Security Administration exchanged over 3,600 persons under its Technical 
Assistance Programme, and more than 1,000 additional persons in the fields of education, 
industry, agriculture and public health. 

The Department of the Army brought more than 1,000 persons into the United States 
under its reorientation programme for Japan and the Ryu-Kyu Islands. 

Among European countries the leading positions are held by France and the United 
Kingdom, both of which, in relation to their populations, are accepting very large shares in 
the responsibility both for providing facilities for advanced research workers and for 
students and trainees from underdeveloped countries. 

In the. United Kingdom, the most important agency dealing with foreign students is the 
British Council. Its annual award of about 500 scholarships and bursaries accounts for 
nearly a quarter of all the offers listed for the United Kingdom. But the British Council is 
also the administering agency for United Nations fellowships and scholarships. Altogether, 
it handles about 3,500 study visits each year, involving the elaboration of study programmes, 
placing in universities and institutions, and arrangements for group tours. In addition, the 
British Council is responsible for the welfare of all colonial students in the United Kingdom, 
who in 1952 numbered about 5,000. 

A high proportion of the fellowships offered by France originate from governmental 
sources. One of the largest donors is the Department of Cultural Relations in the Ministry 
of Foreign Affairs. Periods of study may vary, but altogether 7,500 months of fellowships 
are offered to the nationals of other countries for study in France, and 850 months of 
fellowships are offered to French nationals for study abroad. Several hundred scholarships 
and grants are also offered to German students. The other major donors are the administra- 
tions of French overseas territories, under whose schemes about 2,000 students are brought 
to France each year. In addition there are the programmes of the Department of Economic 

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Affairs, the National Centre for Scientific Research and the Ministry of National Education. 
The contributions of the French government towards the maintenance of the numerous 
foreign students in their country cannot he estimated from the number of awards alone, 
for they are also assisted by way of subsidized meals and medical assistance. 

Other European countries which, in relation to their size of population, are performing 
almost as big a role are: Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands and Belgium, which together 
can account for about 20 per cent of the foreign students in Europe. The Netherlands and 
Belgium, in common with France and the United Kingdom, have continuing responsibilities 
towards non-metropolitan territories which involve the provision of study opportunities. 
Germany is also recovering its position as a country receiving many foreign students. But 
the study facilities provided by these countries are by no means limited to the opportunities 
they can offer to underdeveloped countries. They are also centres for advanced research in most 
academic subjects. Many of the exchanges result from bilateral cultural agreements with 
other European countries. Belgium, for example, reports exchanges of 48 university 
professors with France, Great Britain and the Netherlands, and 136 exchanges of research 
fellows with France, Italy, Norway, Great Britain, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. 

Among the countries outside Europe and the United States which are making considerable 
contributions towards the training of persons from underdeveloped countries, are Australia, 
New Zealand and Canada. It is noteworthy that in 1952 Australia received 200 trainees 
under the Colombo Plan alone, and had, altogether, over 2,000 foreign students, mostly 
from Southern Asia. 

The term "underdeveloped country" can, of course, only be used strictly of a country 
which has applied for, and been granted, some form of Technical Assistance for its econo- 
mical and social development. Some of the countries that have been scheduled as under- 
developed in this sense have, in fact, reached a high educational level in other respects 
and have much to offer foreign students in certain types of study facilities. We therefore 
find examples of countries which are sending their own students abroad for advanced 
training and at the same time receiving students from other countries. The outstanding 
case is Egypt. 

Egypt reports that in 1951, 733 of her nationals were studying overseas, 350 in the 
United Kingdom, 191 in the United States, 118 in France, 42 in Switzerland, 14 in Spain, 
6 in Germany, 6 in Italy and 6 in Syria. But at the same time she is assuming a position of 
leadership among the Arab and Moslem States, and offers numerous scholarships and fellow- 
ships, chiefly to these countries, in order to provide opportunities for study in the centre of 
Moslem culture that is found in Cairo. As part of her national programme Egypt has also 
sent 325 schoolteachers to Arab and Eastern States, and has received groups of students 
and teachers on educational tours from Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Greece arid Australia. 

Among the countries of Southern Asia, India has made remarkable progress in providing 
the educational facilities necessary to her social and economic development. A notable 
feature was the conduct of a scientific manpower survey in order to assess the supply and 
demand for specialized personnel on a nationwide scale. For some time to corne there must 
be a dependence upon overseas training resources. India has made a number of requests for 
Technical Assistance under Point Four, the Colombo Plan arid the United Nations pro- 
grammes and has received offers of fellowships and training facilities from the United 
States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Germany, while she sends a large number 
of her nationals abroad for specialized training. The point has arrived, however, when 
India herself is offering scholarships and training facilities to other countries. Seventy 
scholarships are offered every year to students of Indian and non-Indian origin, and 
of Commonwealth and foreign countries for higher education in India. India has also 
provided training facilities under the Colombo Plan, and has sent teachers to teach in 
schools in Afghanistan, Malaya and Uganda. 

Although faced with difficult educational problems of her own, Pakistan, too, is offering 
fellowships to students from abroad. Opportunities are offered to candidates from Aden, 
British Somaliland, Burma, Ceylon, Fiji, Indonesia, Iraq, Malaya, Mauritius, Turkey 
and Saudi Arabia. 

Among Latin American countries which had a regional total of more than 9,000 foreign 
students, the most important centres for foreign student study can be found in Argentina, 
Chile, Mexico and Uruguay. The majority of these students, however, come from other 
countries within the same region. This intra-regional exchange within Latin America dates 

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from the second world war, prior to which Latin American students tended more generally 
to go to Europe. This movement is supported in several cases by offers of fellowships 
restricted to candidates from other Latin American countries. But there are also several 
important examples of governmental programmes for sending students abroad for study, 
often to the United States or Europe. A new scheme which is worth noting is reported from 
Brazil. As part of a development programme, she has initiated an extensive fellowship 
programme under the guidance of CAPES (Campanha Nacional de Aperfeic.oamento de 
Pessoal de Nivel Superior). 

The two broad objectives of CAPES are: (a) To assure the availability of specialized 
staflf in sufficient quantity and quality to attend to the necessities of public and private 
enterprises which aim at the economic and social development of Brazil, (b) To offer every 
access to higher education to citizens, of ability whose financial means are limited. 

One part of the programme envisages the introduction of non-Brazilian professors and 
academic experts, while another provides for promising young professionals to be sent 
abroad for two or more years for further specialization. 

Entries for Japan are reported in Study Abroad for the first time this year. Japan has 
already sent a considerable number of students overseas and receives relatively large 
numbers of foreign students. It is probable that there will be some interesting developments 
here in the future. 

Particulars of national programmes which are not mentioned here can be found under 
the appropriate entries. With the aid of the statistical tables of fellowship offers and the 
results of the survey of foreign student populations, a more complete picture can be built 
up of exchange of persons activities in each individual country. 



UNESCO FOREIGN STUDENT ENQUIRY, 1951-52 



In 1952 Unesco undertook for the first time an enquiry into foreign students enrolled in 
universities and institutes of higher learning throughout the world. 

In the United States of America, France and Belgium, figures of this nature are already 
compiled by centralized agencies for each country. Questionnaires were therefore sent to 
over 1,000 universities and institutions throughout the rest of the world. The replies 
received numbered 355. 

Of these replies, 150 related to institutions included in the International University 
Bureau's International List of Universities for 1952, which gives 698 major universities 
and university colleges of the world. Replies were not, however, received from Bulgaria, 
Czechoslovakia, China, Hungary, Poland, Rumania and the U.S.S.R. When the universities 
covered by the separate enquiries in Belgium, France and U.S.A. are taken into account, it 
can be assessed that the Unesco enquiry would seem to have covered about 60 per cent 
of the principal universities of the world from which information could be expected. In 
addition, replies received by Unesco cover over 200 other colleges and institutions nol 
included in the Belgian, French or U.S. enquiries. 

The table given here represents only a preliminary report on the enquiry, showing the 
total numbers of foreign students in each country. The results of an analysis of the nation- 
alities of the students, the subjects they were studying, and other types of information 
obtained will be published later. 

It will be apparent that the accuracy of the figures for each country is partly a reflection 
of the number of institutions that sent replies, and of the relative importance of these 
institutions as recipients of foreign students. For some countries the totals would appear 
to be fairly accurate, while in others they fall well below estimates derived from other 
sources. Nevertheless, as a picture of foreign student populations, the results can be consi- 
dered quite successful for the first year in which such an enquiry was made. It seems 
probable that at least 80 per cent of the fo reign students in universities and institutions 
of higher learning have been accounted for. 

It is hoped that future enquiries, which will profit from the experience gained in this 
year's enquiry, and will be made annually, will serve to provide an important part of the 
statistical background to an understanding of the significance of international student 
exchanges. 



Notes for table on page 22 

1 Data taken from the Annual Census of Foreign Students in the U.S.A. 1951-52, published in Education 
for One World by the Institute of International Education, New York, March 1952, 

1 Including estimated figures taken from previous academic years. 

' Data taken from the 1952 Annual Report published by the Bureau de statistiques universitaires 
of the Fondation Universitaire, Brussels., 

4 Data taken from statistics supplied by the Bureau universitaire de statistique, Paris. 

1 Excluding American University at Beirut. 

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FOREIGN STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS 
OF HIGHER LEARNING IN 1951-52 









Foreign Students by 






Sfo. of Insti- 




Region 


Country 


tutions 


Country 


Region 






reporting 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 


North America 


Canada 


24 


2,420 


2.9 








U.S.A. * 


1,354 


30,332 


35.6 


32,752 


38.5 


Latin America 


Argentina a 


6 


2,017 


2.4 








Bolivia 2 


6 


306 


0.4 








Brazil* 


20 


400 


0.5 








Chile 2 


4 


792 


0.9 








Colombia 2 


9 


292 


0.3 








Costa Rica .... 


2 


210 


0.2 








Cuba 2 


4 


82 


0.1 








Ecuador 2 . 


5 


179 


0.2 








Guatemala 2 


1 


103 


0.1 








Honduras 


2 


135 


0.2 










13 


3,068 


3.6 










1 


56 


0.1 








Peru 2 


8 


211 


0.2 








Uruguay 2 
Venezuela 


2 
1 


1,192 
16 


1.4 


9,059 


10.6 


Europe 


Austria ..... 


7 


812 


0.9 








Belgium 8 . 


20 


1,052 


1.2 








Denmark .... 


6 


321 


0.4 








Finland 


4 


12 











France 4 


17 


8,946 


10.5 








Germany ...... 


30 


2,944 


3.5 








Greece ..... 


4 


18 











Iceland . 


1 


32 











Ireland 


3 


473 


0.6 








Italy 


16 


1,445 


1.7 








Netherlands . 


6 


960 


1.1 








Norway 


6 


27 











Spain 


6 


1,160 


1.4 








Sweden . 


13 


463 


0.5 








Switzerland . 


8 


4,363 


5.1 








United Kingdom 


22 


5,856 


6.9 








Vatican City .... 


5 


3,473 


4.1 








Yugoslavia . 


1 


2 





32,359 


38.0 


Near and 


Egypt 


3 


4,531 


5.3 






Middle East 


Iraq 


1 


6 











Lebanon 5 


1 


489 


0.6 








Pakistan 


1 














Syria ...... 


1 


24 











Turkey 


3 


5 





5,055 


5.9 


South and 


Ceylon . . . . . 


o 


4 









East Asia 


India 


11 


92 


0.1 








Japan 


53 


2,747 


3.2 








Korea 


4 


1 











Philippines 


3 


339 


0.4 








Thailand 


1 














Viet-Nam 


1 


8 





3.191 


3.7 


Africa 


Union of South Africa 


6 


764 


0.9 


764 


0.9 


Oceania 


Australia . 


8 


776 


0.9 








New Zealand . . . . 


6 


203 


0.3 


979 


1.2 


Dependencies, 


Basutoland 


1 


5 









Non-self- 


Hongkong . 


1 


871 


1 






governing anc 


Malaya 


1 


8 









Trust Terri- 


Puerto Rico . 


1 


119 


0.1 


1,003 


1.2 


tories 














Total: 




1,747 






85,162 


100.0 



See page 21 for notes. 



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STATISTICAL COMMENTARY 
ON VOLUME IV OF STUDY ABROAD 



Some 38,793 offers of study opportunities were listed in volume IV of Study Abroad. These 
offers, shown according to the regions of the world from which they originated, are given 
in the table below in relation to those reported in previous volumes. 



SUMMARY TABLE 

FELLOWSHIPS REPORTED IN THE FIRST FOUR VOLUMES OF 
44 STUDY ABROAD" 



Regions from which offers of fellowships originated 


Fellowships reported in 


Vol. I 


Vol. II 


Vol. Ill 


Vol. IV 


North America ........ 


3,223 


6,880 
550 
7,987 
3,919 
1,070 
97 
170 
603 
2,927 


13,271 
1,259 
10,967 
4,811 
444 
125 
163 
755 
3,664 


14,119 
1,134 
11,187 
4,553 
795 
184 
303 
1,167 
5,351 


Latin America 
Europe .......... 


15 
6,486 


Near and Middle East ....... 


3,377 


South and East Asia 
Africa 
Oceania 


768 
66 
151 

984 


International (United Nations, Specialized Agencies, 
and International Non-Governmental Organiza- 
tions) . 

Totals 


15,070 


24,203 


35,459 


38,793 







These figures show a general increase in the number of fellowships reported for most 
regions. Only in the cases of Latin America and the Near and Middle East are there slight 
decreases compared with the previous year. In Volume III there was a sharp decrease 
in the number reported for South and East Asia, which was largely due to a considerable 
reduction in overseas fellowship programmes on the part of India and Thailand. The 
figure in Volume IV has now once again exceeded the number reported in Volume I for 
that region. 

For the purposes of analysis, the fellowship figures can be broken down by fields of study, 
countries of study, donating countries and beneficiary countries. But in addition to the 
United Nations, its Specialized Agencies, and international non-governmental organizations, 
which together are classed as "International",* there were 90 donating countries and terri- 
tories shown in Volume IV of Study Abroad. Similarly there were 112 countries and terri- 



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tones singled out as the beneficiaries of awards, and in addition a category of "stateless 
persons and refugees". Therefore, in the tables, given on pages 26 to 32, the course 
generally followed, has been to show donors and beneficiaries by regions rather than by 
individual territories. 

Table L Main Fields of Study in Relation to Donating Regions (page 26). This table shows 
no very marked trends in relation to the comparable table published the previous year. 
As usual, the subjects of study for a large number of fellowships remain unspecified. This 
year, however, in cases where two or more fields have been specified they have been shown 
under "others'*, thus reducing considerably the percentage under "unspecified". Apart 
from this the most noticeable changes are found in the reduction of the percentage allotted 
to the medical and natural sciences, and the increase for engineering and agriculture. 

Table II. Relationships between Regions of Study and Donors (page 27). This table confirms 
the conclusions of previous years, that where a country of study is specified, the preference 
is overwhelmingly in favour of the region to which the donating country belongs. The only 
minor exception can be found in the case of Africa. Further information concerning the 
actual countries of study in the 31.7 per cent of cases in which there was no original specifi- 
cation, might go far to change this picture, probably in favour of Europe and North America 
as regions of study. Nevertheless, on the basis of existing information, the only element 
that runs counter to the general tendency can be found in the "International" offers. But 
again, the emphasis of these also runs heavily in favour of Europe. 

Table III. See page 28. 

Table IV. Relationship between the Main Countries of Study and Donating Regions (page 29) 
The figures given in this table provide a synthesis of the two preceding tables for the 
purpose of showing which individual countries are most frequently specified as the countries 
of study. This is shown in relationship to the regions from which the offers are made. The 
same tendencies that are revealed in Table II are supported here, except that a higher 
proportion of offers for study in Germany originated in North America than in Europe. 
The three leading nations remain the same as in the similar table published last 
year; Czechoslovakia has dropped out and Sweden has replaced Egypt in the fourth 
position. 

Table V. Principal Donating Countries and Organizations in Relation to Regions to which 
Fellowships are Offered (page 30). Except for the omission of Czechoslovakia, the list, which 
includes all countries and groups of organizations which offer a thousand or more fellow- 
ships, is the same as before. The percentage of total fellowship offers that these account for 
(73.9 per cent) is, however, slightly lower than those included in last year's list (78.4 per 
cent). 

The order shown last year was: U.S.A., France, International Non-Governmental Organ- 
izations, Turkey, United Kingdom, Egypt, Sweden, United Nations and Specialized 
Agencies, Czechoslovakia. 

Table VI. Principal Beneficiaries of Fellowships (page 31). The b'st shows a general 
conformity with the corresponding table given last year. Poland, Czechoslovakia and 
Belgium, which held, respectively, 16th, 20th and 21st places last year, have been omitted 
this year. Instead, China in 14th place, the Saar in 16th place, Switzerland in 20th place, 
and Puerto Rico in 21st place, have been included. 

The general tendency has been for the principal 25 countries shown this year to share 
less (55.7 per cent) of the total fellowships offered than the 24 leading countries last year 
(60.9 per cent). Apart from the countries that are included for the first time, the only ones 
actually to increase their percentages are Canada, Netherlands, Belgium and Syria. 

Table VII. Relationships between Fellowship Donors and Beneficiary Regions (page 32). 
In general, this table confirms the tendency, already suggested in preceding tables, for the 
chief sources of fellowships to students from a region to He in that region itself. The 
chief exception can be found in South and East Asia. Latin America and Europe are also 

24 



exceptional, but only by virtue of the number of fellowships offered to them by interna- 
tional organizations. 

A tendency noted in previous years for donors to be more specific in naming their bene- 
ficiaries has not been continued. The percentage of unspecified beneficiaries has risen 
from 21.4 per cent to 23.1 per cent. 



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Austria ..... 


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Italy 
Switzerland .... 
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Iraq 
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Japan ...... 


India 



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previous years, except in Latin America. The leading position held by Mexico in last year's 
table was largely accounted for by the fact that an offer of 278 scholarships by Mexico 
City College was reported in Volume III. This offer was not reported again in Volume IV. 
Similarly, the rise of Costa Rica to the leading place is accounted for by an offer by the 
Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences of a large number of Technical Co- 
operation training grants, which were reported in Volume IV for the first time. The promi- 
nence of Japan as the leading country in South and East Asia for receiving foreign fellow- 
ship holders is entirely accounted for, on this occasion, by a large Chinese Government 
programme administered from Formosa, for sending their nationals there for study. 



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COMMENTARY ON THE 
AWARD OF FELLOWSHIPS, 1951-1952 

The relationship between offers reported in Volume IV 
of Study Abroad and the awards that were actually made 



Each year, the administrators of fellowship programmes reported in Study Abroad are 
asked to provide information on the actual allocation of awards that were offered the 
previous year. This information includes the subjects studied by the recipients of awards, 
the number of fellowships granted for each subject, the nationality of recipients, the number 
of fellowships granted to each nationality, the countries in which recipients studied, and 
the number who studied in each country. Essential data on the international exchange of 
persons are thus obtained which are not revealed in the statistical summary of offers 
prepared on the basis of the previous volume. 

If sufficient answers were received, it would be possible to undertake a statistical analysis 
of allocations which could be compared with the analysis of offers at present included in 
Study Abroad. It would be of particular importance, for example, to know the total number 
of awards made in relation to the number offered and the proportion which represent 
awards for the donating countries' own nationals to study abroad as opposed to bringing in 
foreign students. Moreover, the percentage of offers in which the fields of study, country of 
study or nationality of beneficiaries remain unspecified, is usually too high for any general 
conclusions to be reached concerning the ultimate distribution of awards. Only through 
information as to how awards were actually made can this defect be overcome. 

So far, the response to requests for information of this type has been encouraging. Many 
governments, foundations, universities and other institutions operating fellowship pro- 
grammes have given accurate and painstaking answers. Unfortunately, however, the total 
quantity of information obtained in this way has not been sufficient to justify detailed 
statistical treatment. It seems probable that unless information concerning awards can be 
related to at least 60 per cent of the offers reported in Study Abroad, the conclusions might 
be misleading. 

The next best course would seem to lie in selecting the donating countries from which 
the most complete reports have been received and tabulating the results received from 
them. 

This year it has been possible to do this for the national programmes of the United 
Kingdom, the Netherlands and the Union of South Africa. The information is restricted, 
however, to the fields of study in which fellowships were awarded. The accompanying 
table, therefore, is given more as an example of the kind of tabulation which is possible, 
rather than as providing data from which general conclusions can be drawn. 

United Kingdom. In Volume IV of Study Abroad an estimated 2,126 fellowship opportu- 
nities were listed under 259 programmes. Information concerning actual awards were 
received from 110 out of the 259 agencies responsible for programmes. This represents an 
estimated 1,017 offers out of the 2,126 for all national programmes. However, at least 
450 out of the 2,126 offers consist of short-term vacation offers. Therefore, it can be claimed 
that the awards concerning which allocation is known can be related to at least 60 per cent 
of all offers of longer-term fellowships. 

Netherlands. In Volume IV an estimated 229 fellowship opportunities were listed under 
25 programmes. Information concerning actual awards was received for 20 out of these 
25 programmes, showing the allocation of 178 out of the 229 fellowships offered. 

Union of "South Africa. In Volume IV, an estimated 104 fellowship opportunities were 

33 



listed under 33 programmes. Information concerning actual awards was received for 
31 out of these 33 programmes, showing the allocation of 82 out of the 104 fellowship* 

This table shows, firstly, that the numbers of fellowships actually awarded in all these 
countries were considerably less, in the year covered, than those offered. This does not imply 
that they may not eventually have been awarded only that they had not been awarded 
at the time the report was submitted. Neither does it follow that this is a general tendency 
that can be found in all programmes listed in Study Abroad. In many programmes the 
reverse is the case. Nevertheless it should be noted that many programmes do not in fact 
make awards every year, and that often fewer fellowships will be awarded than the number 
announced. 

Secondly, the table reveals a more complete pattern of fellowship distribution among 
fields of study, once the "unspecified" offers and those for "two or more fields" have been 
placed under the subjects in which the awards were actually made. Additional information 
of this type, which, it is hoped, will be available from future enquiries, would provide an 
interesting comparison, in this case, with Table I of the Statistical Commentary on the 
offers made in Volume IV of Study Abroad. Similarly, the corresponding information, if 
made available, could be applied to the "unspecified" beneficiaries and countries of study. 



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PART II 
KEY TO PART II 



Scholarships are listed under countries awarding them, not under countries whose nationals 
are eligible to apply for them, nor under countries in which they are tenable. See below 
instructions for using the index. 

Symbols are used in this chapter as a means of abbreviation, as follows: 

tt = Field of Study 

* --= Where tenable 

A --- Conditions 

<J = Value 

B Duration 

A = Number available 

Ei = Apply to 

Qualifications. It is taken for granted that recipients of awards will have a good knowledge 
of the language of the country in which they are going to study. If knowledge of the lan- 
guage is not required, it is so stated in the Conditions paragraph. Before making application 
for an award, prospective candidates should be satisfied that they possess all the qualifi- 
cations required; they should also remember that, owing to keen competition, standard*) 
are generally high. 

Applications. The address given at the end of each scholarship report is where persons 
should apply for further information. In general the time limit for receipt of applications 
is from 6 to 12 months before the beginning of the academic year. Persons wishing to 
study abroad should plan at least 1 year in advance. 

The explanation of the small numerals \ *, 8 and 4 which appear in thp Duration and Number 
available paragraphs is as follows: 

1 Award is renewable or extendable. 

8 Similar award will be offered for 1953-4. 

8 Similar award will be offered for 1954-5. 

4 Award will not be offered for 1953-4 and 1954-5. 

Where there is no small numeral after the number available, it is not. known whether 
awards will be offered in 1953-4 and 1954-5. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF THE INDEX ON PAGE 357 

The index lists the awards which are available for each nationality and is further sub- 
divided to show what subjects may be studied in which countries by the particular national* 
concerned. An individual wishing to see for which scholarships he may be eligible should 
consult the index as follows: 

I, Look for the name of his own country which is printed in large type across the page. 
(Awards open to ALL COUNTRIES and any of the other groups which include the indivi- 
dual or his country should also be consulted.) 

37 



2. The left-hand column below the name of country shows the subject & of study for 

which the scholarships are offered. The subjects are grouped under the following general 

headings: 

Unrestricted (i.e., all subjects approved by the awarding agency). 

Education. 

Fine arts, applied arts, architecture. 

Library science and museums. 

Mass media (cinema, press, radio). 

Philosophy and humanities, arts. 

Science (general). \ 

Medical sciences. / 

Technology and engineering sciences. > Candidates for awards in these field* 

Agricultural sciences. i 6hould abo consult Science (general). 

Social sciences. ) 

1. The centre column shows the country in which the scholarship holder may study. 

"Unrestricted" means in any country, 
4. The right-hand column gives numbers of scholarships which refer back to Part II, 

pages 41 to 349, which lists scholarships numbered A 1 to A 1893. 



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[INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS AND 

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE 

1952-53 



INDEX OF DONOR COUNTRIES 



United Nations and its Specialized Agencies 


. . , . A 


1-23 


International Organisations 


. . . . A 


24-62 


Afghanistan 


. . . . A 


63-64 


Argentina 


. . . . A 


65-68 


Australia 


.... A 


69-112 


Austria 


. . . . A 


113-117 


Belgium 


. . . . A 


118-151 


Bolivia 


. . . . A 


152-153 


Brazil 


. . . . A 


154-157 




. . . . A 


158 


Cambodia 


. . . . A 


159 


Canada 


. . . . A 


160-241 


Ceylon 


. . . . A 


242-263 


Chile 


. . . . A 


264-276 


Colombia 


. . . . A 


277-280 


Costa Rica 


. . . . A 


281 


Cuba 


. . . . A 


282-295 


Denmark 


. . . . A 


296-364 


Dominican Republic 


. . . . A 


365-367 


Ecuador 


. . . . A 


368-372 


Egypt 


. . . . A 


373-377 


El Salvador 


, . . . A 


378-384 


Finland . 


. . . . A 


385-429 


France 


. . . . A 


430-456 


French Non-self-governing and Trust Territories .... 


. . . . A 


457-461 


Germany 


. . . . A 


462-477 


Haiti 


. . . . A 


478 


Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan 


. . . . A 


479 


Honduras 


. . . . A 


480-481 


Iceland 


. . . . A 


482-489 


India 


. . . . A 


490-538 


Iran 


. . . . A 


539 


Iraq 


. . . . A 


510-545 


Ireland 


. . . . A 


546-548 


Israel 


. . . . A 


549-554 


Italy 


. . . . A 


555-567 


Japan 


. . . . A 


568-570 


Laos 


. . . . A 


571 


Lebanon 


. . . . A 


572-579 


Liberia 


. . . . A 


580 


Luxembourg 


. . . . A 


581 


Mexico 


. . . . A 


582-589 


Monaco 


. . . . A 


590-592 


Netherlands 


. . . . A 


593-618 


New Zealand 


. . . . A 


619-644 


New Zealand Non-self-governing Territories 


. . . . A 


645-646 


Nicaragua 


. . . . A 


647 


Norway 


. . . . A 


648-715 



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Pakistan A 716-728 

Peru . A 729-730 

Philippine* ! . . . A 731-736 

Portugal A 737-740 

Puerto Rico A 741-745 

Saar A 746-747 

Southern Rhodesia A 748-755 

Spain A 756-759 

Sweden A 760-985 

Switzerland A 986-1023 

Syria A 1024-1030 

Thailand A 1031-1031c 

Turkey A 1032-1036 

Union of South Africa A 1037-1066 

United Kingdom A 1067-1340 

British Non-self-governing and Trust Territories A 1341-1403 

United States of America A 1404-1874 

Uruguay A 1875-1876 

Venezuela A 1877-1888 

Viet-Nam A 1889 

Yugoslavia A 1890-1893 



UNITED NATIONS AND ITS 
SPECIALIZED AGENCIES 



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UNITED NATIONS, New York, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

United Nations Interneships for (a) Jun- 
ior National Civil Servants and Employ- 
ees of International Non-governmental 
Organizations; (b) Students 
M UN organization 

(a) U.S.A.: New York 

(b) U.S.A. (New York) or Switzerland 
(Geneva) 

Jt. (a) is available to civil servants of UN 
Member States and to employees of 
international non-governmental organi- 
zations affiliated to United Nations; 
age 25 to 35 for civil servants; no age 
limit for employees of international non- 
governmental organizations ; (b) is avail- 
able to students from UN Member 
States; age 20 to 30; must be in the 
final year of degree course, or student at 
graduate school, or have completed 
course of graduate or undergraduate 
study during 1953. Civil servants and 
students must be nominated by their 
own governments, but for the student 
programme universities and other insti- 
tutions may nominate scholarship in- 
ternes directly to the United Nations if 
they undertake to pay the allowance 
(300 for 8 weeks). Recipients work as 
staff" members in the UN Secretariat 
and attend lectures on the work of the 
Secretariat and on international prob- 
lems given by competent authorities in 
the Secretariat. 

-5 $300 

S 8 weeks [(a) during the spring and 
autumn; (b) during the summer, both 
in Geneva and New York)] 

* (a) 40 for civil servants and 10 for 
employees of international non-govern- 
mental organizations 

(b) 30 

Relevant department in candidate's 
own government or organization 

(A 2) 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 
Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Economic Development Fellowships 
II General field of economic development 
guch as combined resource develop- 
ment, statistics, industrial develop- 
ment, transport and communications, 
co-operatives, public finance and fiscal 
policies 



Countries having an advanced level of 
technical development 

Jl Available to candidates nominated by 
governments; must be mature persons 
who have had considerable experience 
in activities related to the economic 
development of their countries and 
preferably be at present engaged in such 
activities and be returning to them after 
completion of study period. 

& Adequate living allowance plus allow- 
ance for travel in country of study, 
allowance for books, etc., and such 
balance of travel costs to the host 
country as the recipient government 
is unable to pay 

I 3 to 6 months 

A Approx. 300 

9 Relevant government department in 
candidate's own country 

(A 3V 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 

Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Economic Development Scholarships 

tt General field of economic development 
such as combined resource develop- 
ment, statistics, industrial develop- 
ment, transport and communications, 
co-operatives, public finance and fiscal 
policies 

$ Countries where special facilities exist 
for higher training or advanced study 
of a kind which will benefit recipient's 
country on his return home 

Jl Available to candidates nominated by 
governments; must be graduate students 
with at least 2 years' relevant pro- 
fessional or technical experience. 

4$ Adequate living allowance, tuition, 
plus allowance for travel in country of 
study, allowance for books, etc., and 
such balance of travel costs to the 
host country as the recipient govern* 
ment is unable to pay 

X Approx. 1 academic year 

* Approx. 100 

BH Candidate's own government 

(A 4} 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 
Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Social Welfare Scholarships 
tt Social welfare services and general 

social development 
9 Countries where special facilities exist 

for training or study of a kind which 



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UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continued 



will benefit the country of the scholar- 
ship holder on his return home 

4ft Available to nationals of countries 
having no appropriate specialized train- 
ing facilities in the subject in which 
training is desired; age limit 40; must 
satisfy the eligibility and entrance 
requirements set by the institutions to 
which they will be sent; must have 1 or 
2 years' experience in a branch of the 
social services and must have assurance 
of future employment in a branch of 
public social welfare activities. 

^ Living allowance, tuition fees, allow- 
ance for books and such balance of 
travel costs to the host country as the 
recipient government is unable to pay 

Approx. 1 academic year; may be 
2 years in exceptional cases 

* Approx. 100 

d Relevant government department in 
candidate's own country 

(A 5) 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 
Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Social Welfare Fellowships 
tt Social welfare services and general 

social development 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to nationals of all countries 
and areas in need of international train- 
ing assistance in inaugurating and 
developing services throughout the 
social field; age limit 55; must have 
academic and /or technical training and 
some practical experience in a branch of 
social welfare activities; must have 
present and/or future employment on a 
senior level in a branch of social welfare 
or related activities. 

4$ Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

B Usually 6 months 

* Approx. 300 

I Relevant government department in 
candidate's own country 

(A 6) 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 
Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
United Nations Fellowships in Public 
Administration 

tt Practical training in public adminis- 
tration 

Countries where special facilities exist 
for higher training or advanced study 
of a kind which will benefit the country 
of the fellowship holder on his return 
home 

4ft Available to candidates nominated by 
governments who are intermediate or 
senior civil servants; should have had 
at least 10 years' experience as active 
civil servants in any phase of the public 
administration of their countries. 



Adequate living allowance plus allow- 
ance for travel in country of study t 
allowance for books, etc., and such 
balance of travel costs to the host 
country as the recipient government is 
unable to pay 

IS. Approx. 3 months 

* Approx. 150 

Candidate's own government 

(A 7) 

UNITED NATIONS: Technical Assistance 

Administration, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
United Nations Scholarships in Public 
Administration 

tt Practical and academic training in pub- 
lic administration 

9 Countries where special facilities exist 
for higher training or advanced study 
of a kind which will benefit the country 
of the Scholarship holder on his return 
home 

J| Available to candidates nominated by 
their governments; must be promising 
junior civil servants. 

A Adequate living allowance, tuition plus 
allowance for travel in country of 
study, allowance for books, etc., and 
such balance of travel costs to the host 
country as the recipient government is 
unable to pay 

B Approx. 1 academic year 

A Approx. 50 

EH Candidate's own government 

(A 8) 

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGAN- 
IZATION, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 
Rome, Italy 

FAO Technical Assistance Fellowships 
II Agriculture, fisheries, forestry, nu- 
trition and economics and statistics 
related to these fields 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to nationals of Member 
States of FAO with which agreements 
have been signed under the Expanded 
Programme of Technical Assistance. 
The fellowships are awarded in connex- 
ion with special projects of Technical 
Assistance and are designed to equip 
suitably qualified personnel to aid the 
technical, economic and social develop- 
ment of their countries on their return 
home. Candidates must have adequate 
basic and technical education and 
practical experience in the field in 
which the fellowship is awarded. 

4 $100 to $200 per month plus allowance 
for travel within country of study, 
books, etc., and such balance of travel 
costs to and from the country of study 
as the recipient government is unabl* 
to pay 

B Generally 3 to 12 months 

A Approx. 160 in 1952 



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UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continued 



fiB Relevant department in candidate's 
own government 

(A 9) 

INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RE- 

CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT, 

Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 
General Training Programme 

fit Bank history, general purposes, organ- 
ization, operating policies and pro- 
cedures; lectures and work and study 
assignments 

ft U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of countries 
which are members of the International 
Bank; age 25 to 33; must have university 
degree. 

4$ $275 per month 

H Approx. 11 months from 15 January to 
15 December 

< Maximum 8 8 

OS Candidates are nominated by the 
Governors of the Bank, but may also 
apply direct to the Bank, by 1 August 

(A 10) 

INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION 

ORGANIZATION, International Civil 

Aviation Building, Montreal, Canada 

ICAO Technical Assistance Fellowships 

tt Civil aviation, particularly air navi- 
gation, air transport and administration, 
in connexion with special projects 

Unrestricted 

4H Available to nationals of all countries 
whose governments request Technical 
Assistance from ICAO. The fellowships 
are awarded in connexion with special 
projects for Technical Assistance and 
are designed to equip suitably qualified 
personnel to aid the economic and 
social development of their countries 
on their return home. Candidates must 
have adequate basic and technical 
education and practical experience in 
aviation. 

f $100 to $300 per month plus allowance 
for travel within country of study, 
books, etc., and exceptionally such 
balance of travel costs to and from 
country of study as the recipient 
government is unable to pay 

M Maximum 12 months 

ft 62 awarded up to July 1952; additional 
awards are available a 

i Relevant department of candidate's 
own government 

(A 11) 

INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION 
ORGANIZATION, International Civil 
Aviation Building, Montreal, Canada 
Interneships 



At ICAO organization 

Canada: ICAO Headquarters at Mont- 
real 

M. Available to persons nominated by 
Contracting States of ICAO, to fami- 
liarize them with the workings of the 
Organization. Recipients work and 
observe at ICAO Headquarters. 

<* $2,400 p.a. 

TS. Approx. 3 months 

6 

Bi Relevant department of candidate's 
own government 

(A 12) 
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE, 

Geneva, Switzerland 

ILO Technical Assistance Fellowships 

It Subjects within the competence of 
the ILO including in particular employ- 
ment organization, vocational training 
and guidance, social security adminis- 
tration, industrial relations, labour 
inspection and industrial health, safety 
and welfare 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Member State* 
of ILO with which agreements have 
been signed under the Expanded Pro- 
gramme of Technical Assistance. The 
fellowships are awarded in connexion 
with special projects of Technical 
Assistance and are designed to equip 
suitably qualified personnel to aid 
the economic and social development 
of their countries on their return home. 
Candidates must have adequate basic 
and technical education and practical 
experience in the field in which the 
fellowship is awarded. 

& $130 to S3 00 per month plus allowance 
for travel within country of study, 
books, etc., and such balance of travel 
costs to and from country of study as 
the recipient government is unable 
to pay 

K Generally 3 to 6 months 

k Unspecified a 

Hi Government department dealing with 
labour matters in candidate's own 
country 

(A 13) 

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE, 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ILO Fellowships 

tt Subjects within the competence of 
Ihe ILO including in particular employ- 
ment organization, vocational training 
and guidance, social security adminis- 
tration, industrial relations, labour 
inspection and industrial health, safety 
and welfare 



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UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continued 



Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of all Member 
States of the International Labour 
Office, but reserved in 1952 for nationals 
of Afghanistan, Austria, Bolivia, Burma, 
Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, 
Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, Greece, Haiti, 
Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, 
Israel, Lebanon, Liberia, Mexico, Nor- 
way, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philip- 
pines, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Union 
of South Africa, Uruguay, Venezuela, 
Viet Nam, Yugoslavia, and of the non- 
autoiiornous territories under the control 
of Australia, Belgium and France; age 
limit 55; must have had sound academic 
training or equivalent experience in the 
appropriate field of study. 

6 Approx. $225 per month, but varying 
according to cost of living, plus trans- 
portation from host country to home 
country, $50 for books, cost of approved 
travel within country of study 

S 3 to 6 months 

* 41* 

Government department dealing with 
labour matters in candidate's own 
country 

(A 14) 

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE, 
Geneva, Switzerland 

ILO Interneships 
M The purposes, methods and work 

of flic ILO 

Switzerland: Geneva 

j Available to nominees of governments, 
employers' organizations and workers' 
organizations; 4 countries selected by 
each of the 3 groups of the Governing 
Body. For 1952 the countries selected 
are as follows: 

Governments: Ceylon, Lebanon, Liberia, 
Mexico 

Employers: Greece, Israel, Peru, Philip- 
pines 

Workers: Cuba, Iceland, Pakistan, 
Yugoslavia 

^ $225 per month plus transportation 

B 2 months 

12 

Hi Governments, employers' organizations 
or workers' organizations as appropriate 

(A 15) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Unesco Technical Assistance Fellowships 
It Education, mass communications, 

natural sciences, social sciences 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Member 
States of Unesco with which agreements 



have been signed under the Expanded 
Programme of Technical Assistance. 
The fellowships are awarded in connex- 
ion with special projects of Technical 
Assistance and are designed to equip 
suitably qualified personnel to aid the 
economic and social development of 
their countries on their return home. 
Candidates must have adequate basic 
and technical education and practical 
experience in the field in which the 
fellowship is awarded. 

45 $100 to $375 per month, plus allowance 
for travel within country of study, 
tuition fees, books, etc., and such 
balance of travel costs to and from 
country of study as the recipient 
government is unable to pay 

O 6 months 

* 211 2 

E3 Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 16) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Unesco 1952 Fellowships 
tt Government of the country concerned 
chooses a subject from the following: 
compulsory education, technical edu- 
cation, education of women in citizen- 
ship, fundamental education, adult 
education; the use of scientific litera- 
ture, scientific terminology, mathemati- 
cal computing machines, research 
methods on problems of arid and semi- 
arid zones, nature protection and 
conservation, physics of high energy 
particles; linguistics, historical research 
on the relations of Western European 
countries and those of other continents 
during the nineteenth century, folk 
music, the establishment of centres for 
photographic reproduction of works of 
art, the role of museums in education, 
the conservation, preservation arid 
restoration of cultural objects, the 
organization of travelling exhibitions, 
public library development, biblio- 
graphic services, documentary repro- 
duction centres, the organization of 
exchanges of publications; the develop- 
ment of international scientific co- 
operation in the field of social sciences, 
teaching and research methods in the 
social sciences, the study of tensions in 
social change, the implementation of 
Human Rights, educational statistics; 
press, film, radio 
> Unrestricted 

JR Available to nationals of Member 
States of Unesco and in 1952 offered 
to Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, 



44 



UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continued 



Brazil, British Non-self-governing Terri- 
tories (2), Burma, Cambodia, Canada, 
China, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, 
France, French Non-self-governing 
Territories (2), Germany, Greece, Guate- 
mala, Haiti, Hashemite Jordan, Iran, 
Israel, Italy, Korea, Lebanon, Mexico, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, 
Norway, Panama, Peru, Philippines, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, 
Union of South Africa, Venezuela; 
generally required to be mature persons 
already established in their professions. 

4 $130 to S300 per month plus tuition fees, 
books, etc. Transportation will be paid 
by Unesco to the extent that it cannot 
be paid by the recipient country 

B Maximum 6 months 

* 40 23 

HI Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 17) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Unesco Fellowships for Workers 
tt Study of some aspect of international 
life e.g. international trade, inter- 
national labour legislation, interna- 
tional trade union organization, 
recent international political or economic 
history; or comparison of one aspect of 
the life of the country visited and the 
Bamc aspect in the country of permanent 
residence e.g. the trade union move- 
ment, the co-operative movement, 
adult education, public education, 
social welfare organization, etc. 

Unrestricted 

Jti Available to nationals of Member States 
of Unesco and offered in 1952 to Bolivia, 
British Non-self-governing Territories, 
Ceylon, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, In- 
dia, Japan, Pakistan, Uruguay; should 
be manual or non-manual workers in 
actual employment in any occupation; 
must have reached an educational level 
which will enable them to profit from a 
course of residential study (i.e. attend- 
ance at worker's education or adult 
education courses, home study, partici- 
pation in seminars, summer schools, etc.) 
arid must be members of a workers' 
organization affiliated to the Inter- 
national Confederation of Free Trade 
Unions, the International Co-operative 
Alliance, the International Federation of 
Workers' Educational Associations or 
the World Federation of Trade Unions. 
Recipients will not be restricted to a 



fixed course of study at a residential 
institution for the whole period of 
tenure, but they may elect to spend part 
of their fellowship in this way, with 
a period of not more than 3 months 
spent in supervised field study planned 
with the co-operation of selected inter- 
national or national organizations deal- 
ing with trade union, adult education 
and similar questions. 

& $130 to $300 per month plus transport- 
ation, tuition fees, books, etc. 

IS 6 months 

* 10 . 2 . 3 

IS Ministry of Education or Ministry of 

Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 18) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Uriesco-United Nations Fellowships 
tt The work of the United Nations and 
its Specialized Agencies and methods 
for teaching about that work 
France, Switzerland, United Kingdom 

and U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Member 
States of Unesco and in 1952 offered to 
Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Iraq, 
Liberia, Mexico, New Zealand, Philip- 
pines, United Kingdom, Uruguay; age 
limit 50; should be administrators or 
educational experts and advisers of 
education boards, ministries of educa- 
tion, education institutes and teachers' 
training colleges, or executive officers 
or secretaries of educational organiza- 
tions, currently responsible for planning 
and directing programmes in primary 
and sccoiiJury schools and the field of 
adult education; should have good 
knowledge of French or English. Reci- 
pients will observe the work of the 
United Nations and its Specialized 
Agencies at their respective head- 
quarters and will take part in discussions 
and lectures on the best methods of 
teaching about the United Nations and 
its Specialized Agencies to pupils of 
different ages and of introducing such 
teaching into ordinary school subjects 
and school activities. 

& $130 to $300 per month. Transportation 
will be paid by Unesco to the extent 
that it cannot be paid by the recipient 
country 
E 6 months 

* 10 23 

E39 Ministry of Education or Ministry of For- 
eign Affairs in candidate's own country 



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45 



UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continued 



(A 19) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Unesco 1952 Iiiterneships 
tt The purposes, methods and work of 
Unesco. Internes will participate in 
the work of one of the following specific 
Unesco programmes: Natural Sciences, 
Social Sciences, Cultural Activities, 
Mass Communications, Education, Ex- 
change of Persons 

9 France: Unesco Headquarters, Paris 
4. Available to nationals of Member 
States of Unesco and in 1952 offered 
to Brazil, Ecuador, Indonesia, Thailand, 
Turkey; should be mature persons 
engaged in a specific activity on the 
national level which is directly related 
to one of the major activities of Unesco's 
programme and should be of sufficient 
status so that on return home they can 
make a fairly immediate contribution to 
administration or planning in the field 
of specialization studied. 
<$ $270 per month. Transportation will be 
paid by Unesco to the extent that it 
cannot be paid by the recipient country 
B 6 months 

* 5 

Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 20) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris-16, 
France 

Unesco Fundamental Education Centre 
Fellowships 

tt Fundamental and workers' educa- 
tion 

Egypt: Unesco Fundamental Education 
Centre, Sirs-el-Layan, Menouf 

,flL Available to nationals of Egypt, 
Ilashemite Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, 
Saudi Arabia, Syria; should be sent 
in teams of five from each country; must 
have completed the equivalent of a 
college course with emphasis on one of 
the following subjects: rural, adult or 
elementary education, agriculture, sani- 
tation or health, and should be interested 
in work in rural areas. 

A $1,000 p. a. per student paid by Unesco; 
other costs, including travel, to be 
borne by sponsoring government 

E 18 months 

* 50* 

HB Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 



(A 21) 

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL. 
SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGAN- 
IZATION, 19 avenue Kleber, Pam-16 e , 
France 

Unesco Fundamental Education Centre 
Fellowships 

tt Fundamental and workers' education 
Mexico: Unesco Fundamental Education 

Centre, Patzcuaro 

A Available to nationals of Argentina, 
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa 
Hica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, 
Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala* 
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, 
Paraguay, I*eru, Uruguay, VenczueJaj 
should be sent in teams of five from each 
country; must have completed the 
equivalent of a college course with 
emphasis on one of the following subjects: 
rural, adult or elementary education, 
agriculture, sanitation or health, and 
should be interested in work in rural 
areas. 

& SI, 000 p. a. per student paid by Unesco; 
other costs, including travel, to be borne 
by sponsoring government 
B 18 months 
ft 110 a (Number of Mexican nationals not 

to exceed 10) 

CB Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 22) 

UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL 
CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY FUND, 
United Nations Building, New York, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

Unicef Fellowships 

tt Pediatrics, public health, child health, 
public health nursing, social work, all 
as concerned with maternal and child 
health 

6 Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Unicef- 
assisted countries for personnel needed 
to carry on country child care pro- 
grammes assisted with Unicef sup- 
plies; fellowships are for persons such 
as doctors, pediatricians, public health 
officers, nurses and health technicians; 
fellowships are also granted in connexion 
with Unicef-assisted milk conservation 
projects, for the study of methods of 
bacteriological and quality control of 
milk, and milk drying processes. 
& $160 to $200 per month plus transport- 
ation, tuition fees, limited travel 
within country of study, $50 for book* 
3 Usually 6 to 12 months 
ft Determined in relation to assisted country 

programmes when they are approved 
9 Ministry of Health or Social Welfare 
in candidate's own country 



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UNITED NATIONS AND ITS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES Continual 



(A 23) 

VORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, 
Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland 
Fellowships financed from the WHO 
regular budget, Unicef and the funds of 
the Technical Assistance Programme for 
Economic Development: (a) Individual 
fellowships for post-graduate study, ob- 
servation of practices and techniques, 
research, and the facilitating of exchange 
of personnel; (b) Fellowships to attend a 
group training programme (course, sym- 
posium, seminar) organized by WHO or 
assisted by WHO 

tt Public health and preventive medicine 
(public health administration, nursing, 
sanitation, control of communicable 
diseases, maternal and child health, etc.); 
basic and clinical medical sciences 
Unrestricted 

A Fellowships arc available to Member 
States and Associate Members of WHO 
and to trust and other territories for 
whose international relations WHO 
Member States are responsible, or which 
are administered by international autho- 
rities established by the United Nations. 
Fellowships are intended to assist in the 
strengthening of health services and 



thereby to raise the general level of 
health. They are designed to provide 
opportunities for training which is not 
available in the countries of the candi- 
dates for fellowships and to promote the 
international exchange of scientific know- 
ledge and techniques in public health and 
medicine in general. A fellowship should 
normally be regarded as an integral and 
essential part of a project or programme 
planned by a government, either inde- 
pendently or jointly with the Organiza- 
tion. Fellowships are, in general, open 
to medical and other professional and 
technical personnel who are, or who 
will be, engaged in medical and health 
work under the health services of the 
country. 

& Approx. $160 to $300 per month plus 
travel in country of study, tuition fees, 
maximum book allowance of $50 and 
possibly international transportation 

ffi (a) Generally 6 to 12 months 

(b) less than 1 month (short-term) to 
1 year 

* (a) Estimate, 400; (b) estimate, 250 

EH Health Department of candidate's own 
government 



INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



(A 24) 

AGUDAS ISRAEL WORLD ORGANIZA- 
TION, 257 Seven Sisters Road, London 
N.4, England 

Scholarships 

tt Training for Jewish teachers and minis- 
ters of religion 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to male candidates from 
North Africa who are of the Jewish 
faith; age 14 to 17; must have some 
previous education. 

di Covers maintenance and tuition 

W 2 years * 

* 50 * ' 

B Agudas Israel World Organization, 

257 Seven Sisters Road, London 

N.4 

(A 25) 

AGUDAS ISRAEL WORLD ORGANIZA- 
TION, 257 Seven Sisters Road, London N.4, 
England 

Donors: Keren Hatorah Committee and 

Beth Jacob Committee 

Bursaries 



tt Men: studies for teaching at theological 
colleges; women: teacher training 

Men: Switzerland or United Kingdom; 
women: United Kingdom 

41 Available to Jewish refugees and displa- 
ced persons on the Continent of Europe; 
age 15 to 20. 

6 Transportation, maintenance, tuition, 
books, etc. 

B 1 year * 

* 35 * * (25 for men, 10 for women) 

B Agudas Israel World Organization, 257 
Seven Sisters Road, London N.4 

(A 26) 

CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL UNION 
FOR SOCIAL SERVICE, 111 rue de la 
Poste, Brussels, Belgium 

Donors: Social Service Schools which 
are Members of the Catholic Interna- 
tional Union for Social Service 
Scholarships 
tt Social service 
9 Unrestricted 

M, Available to nationals of all countries 
for study in certain social service 
schools which are members of the 



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47 



INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Continued 



Catholic International Union for Social 
Service. 

^5 Varies in each case 

Usually 1 academic year; sometimes 
2 or 3 years 

It Unspecified * 

Catholic International Union for Social 
Service, 111 rue de la Poste, Brussels. 
N.B. This organization does not itself 
award scholarships but it can give 
information on the social service schools 
willing to grant scholarships to candidates 
from abroad 

(A 27) 
COLLEGE OF EUROPE, Bruges, Belgium 

Scholarships 
tt Advanced European studies 

Belgium: College of Europe, Bruges 

M Available to nationals of all countries; 
age 20 to 30; must have completed 
4 years of university studies and have 
good knowledge of English or French. 
The awards are given by governmental 
and private sources in Austria, Belgium, 
Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Ger- 
many, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Swit- 
zerland and U.S.A., and it is hoped 
that other countries interested in the 
European Movement will make similar 
awards. 

& 50.000 Belgian francs (covers main- 
tenance and tuition) 

O 1 academic year (8 months) 

fc Approx. 40 * 

BB College d'Europe, Bruges 

(A 28) 

HAGUE ACADEMY OF INTERNA- 
TIONAL LAW, Peace Palace, The 
Hague, Netherlands 

Fellowships in International Law 
tt luf 4'fiialioujil law 

9 Netherlands: Peace Palace, The Hague 
M. Available to nationals of all countries; 
must have published important works 
in international law; applications must 
be sponsored by a professor of interna- 
tional law; lectures are given in French 
or English. 
6 300 or 150 florins 
ffi 4 weeks 
* Variable 28 

Hi President of the Curatorium, Hague 
Academy of International Law, Peace 
Palace, The Hague, by 1 April 

(A 29) 

INTER-AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR 
THE PROTECTION OF CHILDHOOD, 
Avenida 18 de Julio 1618, Montevideo, 
Uruguay 

Donor: Organization of American States 
Scholarships 

tt Administration of services for the pro- 
tection of children 



Uruguay: Montevideo 

Jft Available to nationals of the American 
republics and awarded in 1952 to 
nationals of Chile, Colombia, Cuba, 
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, 
Venezuela; must be professional people 
such as schoolteachers, doctors, social 
workers, etc., who, on their return to 
their own countries, will be able to 
further work for the protection of 
children. 

<$ Transportation, maintenance, tuition, 
books, etc. 

K 2 months 

* 7 88 

B Institute Intcrnacional Americano dc 
Proteccion a la Infancia, Avenida 18 de 
Julio 1648, Montevideo 

(A 30) 

INTER-AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, Turrialba, 

Costa Rica 

Fellowships 

tt Agricultural sciences 

Coata Rica: Inter-American Institute 
of Agricultural Sciences (Sometimes 
award may be held elsewhere in Latin 
America) 

Jl Available to nationals of the American 
Itcpiihlics; must have knowledge of 
Spanish, English or Portuguese. 

& Transportation, maintenance and per- 
sonal allowance 

E Approx. 1 academic year 

^ Approx. 6 2 8 

Hi Director, Institute Interamericano de 
Ciencias Agricolas, Turrialba 

(A 31) 

INTER-AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, Turrialba, 

Costa Rica 

Technical Co-operation Programme 

tt Sociology and anthropology (especially 
in relation to the study of rural commu- 
nities), ecology, the study of the economy 
of soil usage and soils, rural engineering, 
extension work, home management, 
crops and livestock (extension methods) 
and extension and visual aid publications 

Q North Region: Costa Rica; Andean 
Region: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, 
Peru or Venezuela; South Region: Uruguay 

M> Available to nationals of Mexico and 
Central American countries (North 
Region); Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, 
Peru and Venezuela (Andean Region); 
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, 
Uruguay (South Region); awards are 
for study and practical training at 
demonstration centres set up in each of 
the three regions (see ). 

& Maintenance and travel in country of 
study 



48 



INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS-Gm/mu<w* 



15 3 weeks to 10 months 
* 125 

i Director, Institute Interamericano 
Ciencias Agricolas, Turrialba 



de 



(A 32) 

INTER-AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, Turrialba, 
Costa Rica 

Technical Co-operation Programme 

Post-graduate Courses 
II Agricultural economics, forestry, so- 

ciology, home economics, agricul- 

tural engineering, entomology, crop 

breeding 
> Costa Rica, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico, 

Costa Rica and U.S.A. 
A Available to nationals of Central and 

South /Y morion M countries. 
& $125 per month plus transportation 
O 1 year 
* 18 8 
B Director, Institute Interamericano de 

Ciencias Agricolas, Turrialba 

(A 33) 

INTER-AMERICAN STATISTICAL IN- 

STITUTE, Pan American Union, Wash- 

ington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 
Training Grants 

tt Economic and financial statistics 

Chile: Inter-American Training Centre for 
Economic and Financial Statistics 

JL Available to nationals of the American 
republics; must have university degree 
in economics or commercial science, 
including a course in statistics, or have 
sufficient experience in economic 
research; must have good knowledge of 
Spanish and be able to read and under- 
stand English; candidates must be 
proposed by their governments and must 
have guaranteed employment in own 
countries at the end of the course in 
work related to the training given. 

$ Transportation, maintenance allowance, 
tuition, books, etc. 

IS 1 academic year 

$ 2 1 2 3 : 1 to each country 

EX Inter-American Statistical Institute, Pan 
American Union, Washington 6, D.C. 

(A 34) 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR 
THE EXCHANGE OF STUDENTS FOR 
TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE, Imperial 
College, South Kensington, London S.W.7, 
England 

Reciprocal Exchange Programme for 

Technical Students 

tt Technical and commercial subjects 
Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Fin- 

land, France, Germany, Iceland, 



Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, 
Spain, Sued en, Switzerland, United 
Kingdom, U.S.A., Yugoslavia 

JH Available to undergraduate students of 
the participating countries listed above, 
to enable them to have practical expe- 
rience as part of, or supplementary to, 
the curriculum of their university 
course, with industrial firms in countries 
other than their own. 

<5 Students are paid by the industrial 
firms with which they are working 

X 8 weeks during summer vacation 

* Approx. 3,000 

EH Candidates should apply through their 
university or college to the national body 
affiliated to IAESTE 

(A 35) 

INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL 
UNION, Yerkes Observatory, Williams 
Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

Grants for Young Astronomers 
tt Astronomy 
Unrestricted 

M, Available to nationals of all countries | 
generally required to have honour! 
degree and must be recommended by 
responsible astronomer. Award* are to 
promote the exchange of young astro- 
nomers between countries and to give 
young astronomers from countries not 
well equipped an opportunity to study 
in countries with better observatories. 
6 Varies: approx. $150 to $800 
Varies: generally 3 to 6 months 

* Unspecified a 

Hi Professor F. J. M. Stratton, Chairman 
of Commission 38 of the International 
Astronomical Union, Gonville and Caiui 
College, Cambridge, England 

(A 36) 

INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S 
CENTRE, Chateau de Longchamp, Carre- 
four de Longcharnp, Bois de Boulogne, 
Paris- 16 e , France 

Course on the Prevention of Tuberculosis 
in Children 
tt Tuberculosis 
& France: Paris 

JK Available to nationals of Afghanistan, 
Austria, llraxil, Ceylon, Chechoslo- 
vakia, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, 
Frunee, Germany, Greece, Ilunijary, 
India, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, 
Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, l*eru f 
Philippines, Poland, Syria, Tunisia, 
Yugoslavia ; must be doctors or public 
health officials. 

Covers maintenance, travel expenses 
during the course, tuition, pocket- 
money. Transportation shall be paid by 



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4 



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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Continued 



the government of the participant or by 

the participant himself 
M 6 weeks (5 January to 14 February 1953) 
* 26 

Ministry of Health or Ministry of Social 
Welfare in candidate's own country 

(A 37) 

INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S 
CENTRE, Chateau de Longchamp, Carre- 
four de Longchamp, Bois de Boulogne, 
Paris- 16 e , France 

Course on the Rehabilitation of Crippled 

Children 
tt Care and education of crippled children 

France: Paris 

M Available to nationals of Austria, Bel- 
gium, IJra/il, Canada, Czechoslova- 
kia, Denmark, Finland, France, 
French Overseas Territories, Ger- 
many, Greece, India, Indonesia, Ire- 
land, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Nether- 
lands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, 
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, 
Turkey, United Kingdom, Yugo- 
slavia ; should be social workers who, on 
completion of the course, will be able to 
direct the training and teaching of social 
workers for the care and education of 
crippled children. 

& Covers maintenance, travel expenses 
during the course, tuition, pocket-money. 
Transportation shall be paid by the 
government of the participant or by the 
participant himself 

1 6 weeks (16 February to 28 March 1953) 

A 30 

Ministry of Health or Ministry of Social 
Welfare in candidate's own country 

(A 38) 

INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S 
CENTRE, Chateau de Longchamp, Carrefour 
de Longchamp, Bois de Boulogne, Paris- 16 e , 
France. 

Course in Social Pediatrics 
flfl Social pediatrics 
6 France 

A Available to nationals of Argentina, 
Austria, Belgium, Drazil, Canada, 
Chile, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, 
Ecuador, Finland, France, French 
Overseas Territories, Germany, 
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, 
Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Lebanon, Mexico, 
Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Pa- 
kistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, 
Rumania, Saar, Spain, Switzerland, 
Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, U.S. S.It., 
United Kingdom, U.S.A., Viet 
Nam, Yugoslavia; must be doctors, 
pediatricians or public health officials 
dealing with maternal and child welfare 
who hold responsible positions in their 
own countries. 
& Covers maintenance, travel expenses 



during the course, tuition, pocket- 
money. Transportation shall be paid by 
the government of the participant or by 
the participant himself 
D 3 months (13 April to 4 July 1953) 

* 30 

Hi Ministry of Health or Ministry of Social 
Welfare in candidate's own country 

(A 39) 

INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S 
CENTRE, Chateau de Longchamp, Carrefour 
de Longchamp, Bois de Boulogne, Paris-16 e , 
France 

Course in Neonatal and Perinatal Problems 
Hi Prenatal, neonatal and perinatal care 
France: Paris 

A Available to nationals of Argentina, 
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, 
Canada, Chile, Czechoslovakia, Den- 
mark, Finland, France, Germany, 
Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, 
Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Nor- 
way, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, 
Saar, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, 
Turkey, United Kingdom, Yugosla- 
via ; must be doctors, pediatricians, 
obstetricians or public health officials 
dealing with maternal and child welfare. 
4$ Covers maintenance, travel expenses 
during the course, tuition, pocket- 
money. Transportation shall be paid by 
the government of the participant or by 
the participant himself 
I 6 weeks (12 October to 20 November 1953) 

* 30 

Hi Ministry of Health or Ministry of Social 
Welfare in candidate's own country 

(A 40) 

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF 
SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT, Case pos- 
tale Chene-Bourg 18277, Geneva, Switzer- 
land 

Donor: Methods Engineering Council, 
718 Wallace Avenue, Pittsburgh 21, Pa., 
U.S.A. 

MEC Scholarship 
tt Scientific management of industrial 

enterprise 
6 U.S.A. 

A Available to nationals of Austria, 
lielgium, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, 
France, Netherlands, Norway, Swe- 
den, Switzerland ; award is to enable 
the recipient to enrol at the annual 
4 weeks MEC Management Conference 
where an intensive training programme 
in "Scientific Management" is given to 
top or middle management personnel. 
6 Approx. $1,250 
SI 1 month 

* 1 2 8 

* International Committee of Scientific 
Management, Case postale Chene-Bourg 
18277, Geneva, by end of June 



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(A 41) 

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF 
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL 
WOMEN, Hotel Riltmore, Madison Avenue 
and 43rd Street, New York 17, N.Y., U.S.A. 

United Nations Fellowship 
tt United Nations Organization 
9 Probably U.S.A. at the United Notions 

Headquarters 

M. Available to members of national 
federations affiliated to the International 
Federation of Business and Professional 
Women; recipient must have back- 
ground of preparation and experience 
making it possible for her to function 
effectively in international conferences 
and must be able to follow intelligently 
United Nations documentation and 
prepare reports with its nomenclature; 
should give promise of being able to use 
the United Nations experience effect- 
ively in either governmental or non- 
governmental work. 
<$ Maximum $1,000 
K Unspecified 

fc 1 every 2 years (next award 1954) 
E8 Miss Ruth S. McGill, Chairman, Sub- 
Committee on UN Fellowships, Inter- 
national Federation of Business and 
Professional Women, 2050 Scarth Street, 
Regina, Canada 

(A 42) 

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF 
UNIVERSITY WOMEN, 1 Sodding Street, 
Sloane Square, London S.W.I, England 
Donor: Australian Federation of Univer- 
sity Women 
Australian Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 
Australia 

Jl Available to members of National 
Associations of University Women affi- 
liated to IFUW; must hold degree or 
diploma from recognized university or 
institution of university standing; 
senior candidates (age 23 to 55, prefer- 
ably under 45) must have published 
results of independant research work 
within last 5 years; junior candidates 
(age 21 to 28) must have been engaged 
in research work for at least 1 year and 
show ability to carry out independent 
research work. 
6 A500 
H 1 academic year (extendable under 

special circumstances) 
* 1 

ED National Association of University 
Women of which candidate is member 



(A 43) 

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF 
UNIVERSITY WOMEN, 1 Sedding Street, 
Sloane Square, London, S.W.I, England 
Donors: The following units of the Amer- 
ican Association of University Women: 
(a) Ohio State Division; (b) North New 
England Unit; (c) New York City Unit; 
(d) Texas State Division; (e) Connecticut, 
Rhode Island Branch 
AAUW International Fellowships: 

(a) Ohio State Fello\vship 

(b) Mary E. Woolley Fellowship 

(c) Virginia Cildersleeve Fellowship 

(d) Helen Marr Kirby Fellowship 

(e) Alice Hamilton Fellowship 
ttl Unrestricted 

Any country other than that of tKt 
recipient 

JSL Available to members of National 
Associations of University Women affil- 
iated to IFUW; must hold degree or 
diploma from recognized university 
or institution of university standing; 
senior candidates (age 28 to 55, prefer- 
ably under 45) must have published results 
of independent research work within last 
5 years; junior candidates (age 21 to 28) 
must have been engaged in research 
work for at least 1 year and show ability 
to carry out independent research work. 

5 SI, 500 

1 academic year 

& 5 fall except (e) are also available in 
1953-54] 

E9 National Association of University 
Women of which candidate is member 

(A 44) 

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF 
UNIVERSITY WOMEN, 1 Sedding Street, 
Sloane Square, London S.W.I, England 
Donor: (b) Philadelphia Branch of the 
American Association of University 
Women 

(a) IFUW Fellowship 

(b) AAUW Marion Reilly Award 
tt Unrestricted 

Any country other than that of the 
recipient 

A Available to members of National 
Associations of University Women affi- 
liated to IFUW; must hold degree or 
diploma from recognized university 
or institution of university standing; 
senior candidates (age 28 to 55, prefer- 
ably under 45) must have published 
results of independent research work 
within last 5 years; junior candidates 
(age 21 to 28) must have been engaged 
in research work for at least 1 year and 
show ability to carry out independent 
research work; award (b) is to enable 



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51 



INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Continued 



recipient to complete a piece of research 

work already begun. 
4 (a) 600; (b) &1,000 
IS (a) 1 academic year 

(b) 1 academic year or time required 

for completion of research 
Nil (1 of each fellowship available in 

1953-54) 

INational Association of University 
Women of which candidate is member 

(A 45) 

INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL IN- 

STITUTE, 2 Oostduinlaan, The Hague, 

Netherlands 
Scholarship 

tt Statistics 

& Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of all countries 
participating in the Unesco-sponsored 
International Statistical Education 
Centre in Calcutta; award is given to a 
student who has completed 1 or 2 terms 
at the Centre to enable him to undertake 
further studies abroad. 

& Maximum $1,000 

K Unspecified 

* I 8 

International Statistical Education 
Centre, Calcutta 

(A 46) 

INTERNATIONAL THEATRE INSTI- 
TUTE, 19 avenue Kleber, Paris- 16 e , France 

ITI Fellowships 
tt Theatre 

& Member countries of ITI (Australia, 
Austria, Hclgjinm, Hrnzil, Chile, 
China, Cuba, Denmark, Kenudor, 
Finland, France, Greece, India, 
Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, IMcllier- 
Jam!*, I\e\v Zealand, I\omay, 
Poland, Sweden, Su'itzcrland, Union 
of South Africa, United Kisujdom, 
U.S.A., Uruguay, Yugoslavia) 
A Available to nationals of ITI member 
countries (see above) and available 
specifically in 1952 to nationals of Don- 
mark, Greece, India, Netherlands, New 
Zealand, Yugoslavia; awards are to 
enable young theatre professionals of one 
member country of ITI to study theatre 
in another of the member countries 

4 3437.50 

5 Minimum 3 months 

* 6 88 

M Candidate's national centre of the 
International Theatre Institute 

(A 47) 

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF STU- 
DENTS, Vojtesska 12, Prague, Czecho- 
slovakia 

IUS Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, 

Poland, Rumania 



A Available to students of colonial nnd 
dependent countries and to political 
refugees from Greece and Spain; 
must have completed secondary school 
education and be recommended by 
IUS member organization in own 
country or country of refuge. 

& Covers maintenance, tuition, pocket- 
money 

IS According to study needs * 

* 30 23 

ES International Union of Students, Voj- 
tesska 12, Prague II, by 1 September 

(A 48) 

INTERNATIONAL WOOL SECRE- 
TARIAT, Borland House, 18-20 Regent 
Street, London S.W.I, England 

Scholarships 

tt Scientific research work on wool 
Usually United Kingdom 
A Available to national? of all countries 
though -:ome of the awards are speci- 
fically for nationals of Canada, India, 
Pakistan and U.S.A.; must be graduates 
in science, preferably having had some 
experience of wool research. Awards 
are to encourage research work on some 
aspect of wool fibre or tissue and to 
train young research workers in the 
appropriate techniques. 
& 300 to 700 p. a. 
1 year * 
fc Unspecified 2 3 

ES International Wool Secretariat, Borland 
House, 18-20 Regent Street, London 
S.W.I 

(A 49) 

INTERNATIONAL WOOL SECRE- 
TARIAT, Borland House, 18-20 Regent 
Street, London S.W.I, England 

Scholarships 

tt Research on the economics and econo- 
metrics of \vool 
United Kingdom or elsewhere as 

approved by the Secretariat 
A Available to nationals of ail countries; 

must have first or good second class 

honours degree arid be recommended 

by own university. 
& 300 to 450 p.a. 
1C 2 or 3 academic years 
* 3 23 
EIS International Wool Secretariat, Borland 

House, 18-20 Regent Street, London 

S.W.I 

(A 50) 

LEAGUE OF RED CROSS SOCIETIES, 
26 avenue Beau-Sejour, Geneva, Switzer- 
land 

Red Cross Fellowships, Scholarships and 

Study Visits 
tt Red Cross organization and services, 

national and international 
Unrestricted 



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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Continued 



M, Available to selected personnel of 
national Red Cross Societies, iccom- 
mended by their national societies and 
the League of Red Cross Societies; 
age over 20; awarded to responsible 
personnel who are expected to assist 
in the development of their own national 
Red Cross Societies. 

^ Variable 

fi Maximum 1 year * 

A Unspecified * 8 

BH League of Red Cross Societies, 26 avenue 
Beau-Sejour, Geneva 

(A 51) 

LUTHERAN WORLD FEDERATION, 

17 route de Malagnou, Geneva, Switzerland 
Donor: Lutheran World Federation, 
United States National Committee 
Exchange of Persons Programme 

tt Theology and church uork 

Unspecified 

M. Available to theological students and 
church workers in Austria, Finland, 
France, (jcriiiaii.v and other countries 
where there are Lutheran churches; 
must be recommended by own church. 

4$ Transportation, maintenance and tuition 

E 12 mouths 

* Approx. 20 2 a 

S Lutheran World Federation, 17 route 
de Malagnou, Geneva 

(A 52) 

PAN AMERICAN ODONTOLOGICAL 
ASSOCIATION, 14 East 81st Street, New 
York 28, N.Y., U.S.A. 

(a) Scholarship 

(b) J. D. Selden Scholarship 
O Dentistry 

* U.S.A. 

A Available to nationals of (a) Latin 
American countries and (b) Cuba; 
must have graduated in dentistry or be 
about to graduate. 

4 (a) S300; (b) $500 

K 1 academic year 

# 2 2 3 

Bl Dr. Ralph Howard Brodsky, Pan Ameri- 
can Odontological Association, 14 East 
81st Street, New York 28, N.Y., or 
Dr. Raul Maya, Luz 462 (altos), Havana 

(A 53) 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU, 
1501 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, 
D.C., U.S.A. 

Donor: Organization of American States 

Training Grants 
tt Foot-and-mouth disease 

Brazil: Pan American Foot-and-mouth 
Disease Training Centre 

J| Available to nationals of the American 



republics ; must be graduate veterinary 
surgeons or technicans with advanced 
laboratory background; must have 
sound working knowledge of the many 
aspects of foot-and-mouth disease and 
its control; must have knowledge of 
Spanish or Portuguese. Awards are 
intended to train personnel in the field 
and laboratory phases of diagnosis and 
control of foot-and-rnouth disease. 

4$ Transportation, maintenance, tuition, 
books, etc. 

E 6 weeks and approx. 8 months 

At least 1 from each co-operating 
country (i.e. 21) for a 6-wceks' general 
training course, and 10 from among 
general trainees receive advanced train- 
ing for a period averaging 8 months 

Si Relevant government department in 
candidate's own country 

(A 54) 
QUOTA CLUB INTERNATIONAL. INC., 

1737 H Street, N.W., Washington 6, D.C., 
U.S.A. 

Quota Club International Fellowship 
II I nrcstrictcil 

* U.S.A. 

4ft Available, for graduate work, to female 
nationals of countries not under Soviet 
domination. 

& S 1,000 

]J 1 academic year 

* 1 a 

M Quota Club International, Inc., 1737 
H Street, N.W., Washington 6, D.C. 

(A 55) 
QUOTA CLUB INTERNATIONAL, INC., 

1737 H Street, N.W., Washington 6, D.C., 
U.S.A. 

Quota Club International Fellowship 

II Subjects surh as social welfare, modi* 
cine, critical ion, fjovcrnmental service 

<8 U.S.A. 

JS. Available to female nationals of coun- 
tries not under Soviet domination; 
must have completed college course 
with AB degree or its equivalent; 
award is to enable recipient to pursue 
such studies as might be useful in 
aiding women and girls in her own 
country. 

A $800 to $1,000 

2 1 academic year 

* 1 z 

ES Institute of International Education selec- 
tion committee in candidate's own country 

(A 56) 

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, 35 East 
Wacker Drive, Chicago 1, Illinois, U.S.A. 
Rotary Foundation Fellowships 



For symbols and footnotes t see page 37. 



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tt Agriculture, education, journalism, 
law, social science, political science 

(including study of international diplo- 
macy or other related studies in the 
field of international relations) 

41 Countries where there are Rotary Clubs 

4ft Available to nationals of all countries 
in which there are Rotary Clubs; 
age 20 to 28; must have B.A. degree 
or its equivalent. Applications must be 
sponsored by the Rotary Club in the 
candidate's home town or the nearest 
Rotary Club. Not available to students 
who are already studying outside their 
own country. 

A $1,800 to $3,400 according to country 
of study (Covers transportation, main- 
tenance, tuition fees, books, etc.) 

K 1 academic year 

* 111 28 

ffli The local Rotary Club, before 1 No- 
vember. It is important to note that 
Rotary International does not accept 
applications direct 

(A 57) 

WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, 

17 route de Mulagnou, Geneva, Switzerland 
World Council of Churches Fellowships 

tt Theology and allied fields such as 
Christian education 

6 Unrestricted 

JR. Available to nationals of European 
countries other than Denmark, Ireland, 
Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom; 
age preferably under 30; preference 
given to students who have completed 
their basic education in their pro- 
fession. 

& According to recipient's needs 

2 Usually 1 academic year * 

* Approx. 100 2 

8 Scholarship Committee, Department of 
Inter-Church Aid and Service to 
Refugees, World Council of Churches, 
17 Route de Malagnou, Geneva, by 
1 January 

(A 58) 

WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, 
17 route de Malagnou, Geneva, Switzerland 

Fellowships 
tt Theology 
9 U.S.A.: Union Theological Seminary, 

New York, and Chicago Theological 

Seminary 
Jft Available to students of Continental 

European countries. 
& According to recipient's needs 
JE 1 academic year * 

* 8 z 3 (4 at each place of study) 

E3 Scholarship Committee, Department of 
Inter-Church Aid and Service to 
Refugees, World Council of Churches, 
17 route de Malagnou, Geneva, by 
1 February 



(A 59) 

WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, 
17 route de Malagnou, Geneva, Switzerland 

Scholarships 

tt Theology 

9 Germany, Italy (Waldensian Faculty, 
Rome) 

A Available to nationals of all countries j 
age limit 30; where facilities for theo- 
logical arid related study are available 
in home country, candidate should have 
completed at least 2, and preferably 
3 years of theological training or related 
study. Primary purpose of awards is to 
give students opportunity for study 
which is not available at home, or to 
provide advanced work for those parti- 
cularly qualified to profit by it, or to 
offer specialized training in fields such 
as religious education, pastoral care, 
youth work, hospital administration, 
religious journalism. On completion 
of award, recipient must return to hi 
own country. 

4$ Maintenance and tuition 

I Usually 1 academic year 

II 23 ; 10 for study in Germany and 
1 for study in Italy 

E3 Scholarship Committee, Department of 
Inter-Church Aid and Service to Refu- 
gees, World Council of Churches, 17 
route de Malagnou, Geneva, by 1 Feb- 
ruary 

(A 60) 

WORLD ORT UNION, 6 rue Eynard, 

Geneva, Switzerland 

Donor: Women's American ORT 
Women's American ORT Scholarships 

tt Vocational trades and teacher's train- 
ing for vocational education 

Wherever ORT operates 

A Available to students in ORT vocational 
schools to enable them to receive higher 
education in various trades and to train 
as teachers of vocational education. 
Graduates of the Teachers Institute, 
Geneva, are to become teachers in ORT 
schools. 

& According to needs; maximum $600 p. a. 

IS 2 years * 

^ Unspecified 2 

m Dr. Aaron Syngalowski, World ORT 
Union, 6 rue Eynard, Geneva 

(A 61) 

WORLD ORT UNION, 6 rue Eynard, 
Geneva, Switzerland 

Donor: Women's Canadian ORT 

Vocational Training Grants 
tt Vocational training 
Wherever ORT schools function 

generally Israel and Switzerland 
A Available to children and young people 

to enable them to obtain vocational 

training in ORT schools, so that they 



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INTE RNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Commn<j 



may become usefully and economically 
self-supporting. 

6 Covers cost of training 

Varies according to training under- 
taken * 

* 300 2 

B World ORT Union, 6 rue Eynard, Geneva 

(A 62) 

WORLD UNION OF CATHOLIC 
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS, 91 rue 
de Sevres, Paris-6 e , France 

Scholarships for Higher Studies 
tt Subjects directly connected with Catho- 
lic social work 

Varies in individual coses 



Available to Catholic women of all 
nationalities provided they have the 
necessary references; candidates should 
show promise of ability for higher study 
and be unable themselves to pay for 
such study. 

Varies in individual cases 
Varies in individual cases 
Unspecified 2 3 

World Union of Catholic Women*s Organ- 
izations, 91 rue dc Sevres, Paris-6 e . 
This organization does not itself award 
scholarships but it will forward applica- 
tions to its affiliates in various countries 
whidi, in particular coses, are willing to 
grant scholarships 



AFGHANISTAN 



(A 63) 

GpVERNMENT OF AFGHANISTAN: 
Ministry of Education, Kabul, Afghanistan 

Scholarships 
I Home economies, child welfare, 

nursing, medical assistant's training 
Canada, Switzerland, Turkey, U.S.A. 
M. Available to female nationals of 

Afghanistan who have completed high 

school studies in Afghanistan. 
<5 Covers expenses 

According to study needs 



I 

A 



Ministry of Education, Kabul 



(A 64) 

KABUL UNIVERSITY, Kabul, Afghani- 
stan 

Donor: Government of Afghanistan 
Kabul University Scholarships 
tt FmjiiMM'rinfj , public administra- 
tion, law, leaching 

France, Western Germany, India, Uni- 
ted Kingdom, U.S.A. 

3. Available to male nationals of Afghani- 
stan ; age 18 to 27; must have 
baccalaureat or licence. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

]J 4 to 6 years 

* 45 28 

H Vice Chancellor, Kabul University, 
Kabul, between 21 March and 21 August 



ARGENTINA 



(A 65) 

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA: Minis- 
try of Education, National Commission for 
Culture, Sanchez de Bustamante 2663, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Fellowships for Artistic, Literary and 

Scientific Development 
tt Unrestricted 
America, Europe 
M. Available to nationals of Argentina; 

must be graduate of a university or 

professional school and have had some 

work published. 

<5 3,500 Argentine pesos plus transportation 
I 10 months * 



* 30 
Ei Secretaria de la Comisi6n Nacional de 

Cultura, calle Sanchez de Bustamante 

2663, Buenos Aires 

(A 66) 

GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA: Minis- 
try of Education, National Commission for 
Culture, Sanchez de Bustamante 2663, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 

American Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 
6 Argentina 
M Available to nationals of the American 

republics ; age 25 to 45 ; must be gra- 



For symbols and footnotes, see page 5 7. 



55 



ARGENTINA Continued 



duatea of high scholastic ability and of 
outstanding achievement ID own field. 

4 5.400 Argentine peso* plus transportation 

B 1 academic year (1 March to 31 Decem- 
ber) 

A 40: 2 to each country 

B U.S.A.: Institute of International 
Education, 3 East 67th Street, New 
York 21, N.Y.; other countries: Candi- 
date*! own university 

(A 67) 

AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE, Bolivar, 
Bueno a Aires Province, Argentina 

Scholarships 

III Agricultural teaching in rural schools 
Argentina: Agricultural Institute, Boli- 
var 

J. Available to female nationals of Spn- 

nisli~spcnlvin<| countries; age limit 25; 

must be graduates of a normal school. 

Covers maintenance, tuition, working 

materials, etc. 

ff 1 academic year (March to December) 
fc 2 to each country * * 
Direcei6n General de Fnsefianza Agri- 
cola, Rivadavia 1439, Buenos Aires, or 



Institute Superior del Hogar Agricola, 
Bolivar, Buenos Aires Province, from 
1 December to 15 March 



(A 68) 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NUTRI- 
TION, Cordoba 3120, Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 

Fellowships for (a) Dieticians and (b) 
Doctors of Dietetics 
tt DirlHics 

Argentina: National Institute of Nutri- 
tion 

M. Available to nationals of Latin American 
countries; for (a) must be females aged 
18 to 30 and holding bachelor's decree 
or equivalent; for (b) must have degree 
of doctor of medicine; at conclusion of 
studies recipient must return to own 
country. 
& (a) Tuition, board and lodging 

(b) Tuition and board 

S (a) 3 years and 3 months; (b) 2 year* 
* 2 to each country 9 

B Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Health in candidate's own country 



AUSTRALIA 



(A 69) 

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT: Office 
of Education, Grace Building. York Street, 
Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 

Australian Government Scholarships 
M I' ii restricted 
Australia 
M, Available to nationals of South-Fast 

Asian countries for study in Australian 

universities and colleges; offered for 

students at undergraduate or diploma 

level or below. 
& Covers transportation, maintenance and 

tuition 

B 2 to 4 years 
fc 3 2 8 (Scholarships are offered to specific 

South-East Asian countries in rotation) 
Bi Ministry of Education or Mini>try of 

Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 

country 

(A 70) 

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT: Office of 
Education, Grace Building, York Street, 
Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 

Australian Government Fellowships and 
Scholarships within the Commonwealth 
Technical Co-operation Scheme: 

(a) Senior Fellowships 

(b) Junior Fellowships 

(c) Scholarships 

I Any subject which will contribute to the 



economic development of recipient's 
country 

Australia 

M. Available to nationals of South and 
South-East Asian countries (in 1952, 
awards offered to Brunei, Burma, Cey- 
lon, India, Indo-China, Indonesia, Ma- 
laya, Nepal, North Borneo, Pakistan, 
Philippines, Sarawak, Singapore, Thai- 
land). 

(a) is for mature persons already occupy- 
ing senior posts in their field of speciali- 
zation. 

(b) is for study at the immediate post- 
graduate level. 

(c) is for study in Australian universi- 
ties and colleges, at the undergraduate 
or diploma level. 

On expiry of award, recipient must 
return to own country to take up or 
resume employment which will contri- 
bute to his country's economic develop- 
ment. 

4 (a) 800 p.a., (b) 640 p.a., (c) 460 p.a; 
plus transportation, tuition fees and 
allowance for travel in Australia 

K (a) 6 to 12 months; (b) 1 to 2 years; 
(c) 3 years 

ft 150 for 1952 

Bi Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 



56 



AUSTRALIACon/miwrf 



(A 71) 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Adelaide, South 
Australia, Australia 

Travelling Scholarship for Teachers 
tt Educational organization, administra- 
tion and practice 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to teachers serving the Edu- 
cation Department of South Australia ; 
age 25 to 40; must have had at least 
5 years' practical experience in teach- 
ing; recipients must serve the Educa- 
tion Department for 5 years after ex- 
piration of scholarship. 

& 250 p.a. 

B 1 year l 

B Education Department of South Austra- 
lia, Adelaide 

(A 72) 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Adelaide, South 

Australia, Australia 

Catherine Helen Spenre Scholarship 

tt Investigation of social problems 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to women who have been 
buna (ide re?idents of JSoiilh Australia 
for at least 5 years; in making the award 
consideration will be given to definite 
social service previously undertaken by 
applicants, 

6 Minimum 400 p.a. 

1C 2 to 4 years 

A 1 every 4 years 

Education Department of South Austra- 
lia, Adelaide 

(A 73) 

TASMANIAN DEPARTMENT OF EDU- 
CATION, Hobart, Tasmania 

Travelling Scholarships: (a) Senior 
Scholarships; (b) Junior Scholarships 
M I'lirestricled provided it is connected 
with education 

Unrestricted 

M Available to officers and teachers in the 
TasMianiaii Department of Education; 

(a) is for senior officers and teachers and 

(b) for teachers with at least 5 years* 
service in the Department; recipients 
must continue in the service of the 
Department for a further 4 years. 
Recipients may be granted leave of 
absence without pay for period of 12 
months from date of expiry of scholar- 
ship, for the purpose of continuing 
any course of study or investigation 
started during the tenure of the 
scholarship. 

Salary plus travel allowance up to 

200 
S 1 year 



* (a) 1 ; (b) 1 f 

H Tasmanian Department of Education, 
Hobart 

(A 74) 

TASMANIAN DEPARTMENT OF EDU- 
CATION, Hobart, Tasmania 

Tasmanian Travelling Scholarship in Art 

M Art 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to British nationals who have 
resided in Tasmania for 5 years pre- 
ceding application; age limit 30. 

& 250 p.a. plus 200 travelling allowance 

21 2 years 

A 1 every 2 years 

E9 Tasmanian Department of Education, 
Hobart, by 31 March 

(A 75) 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF VIC- 
TORIA, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 

Travelling Scholarships 
tt I it restrict t'd 
^ Unrestricted 

A Available to inspectors of schools in 
Victoria or officers of teachers' colleges 
in Victoria having the status of lecturer 
or higher; recipients must continue in 
the service of the Department for a 
further 3 years, if required. 
A Salary plus travel allowance 
SI 1 year 
A 1 8 8 

Bi Education Department of Victoria, 
Melbourne 

(A 76) 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF VIC- 
TORIA, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
Travelling Scholarships 

tt I ii restricted 

& Unrestricted 

M Available to (a) officers in the Educa- 
tion Department of \ iclorin and (b) 
teachers in the service of the Depart- 
ment; recipients must continue in tho 
service of the Department for a further 
3 years, if lequired. 

4$ 150 p.a. plus travel allowance 

1 to 2 years 

A (a) 1 ; (b) 1 . 

B Education Department of Victoria, 
Melbourne 

(A 77) 

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, Adelaide, 

South Australia, Australia 

Angas Engineering Scholarship 

flft KiifjineeriiMj or allied subject 

$ United Kingdom 

M Available to graduates of University 
of Adelaide. 

& 200 p.a. plus 100 travelling expenses 

2 years 



For symbols and footnotes, see page 37. 



57 



AUSTRALIA Continued 



* 1 every 2 years 

University of Adelaide, Adelaide 

(A 78) 

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, Adelaide, 
South Australia, Australia 

Elder Overseas Scholarship 
tt \ltisic 

United Kingdom: Royal College of 
Music, London 

M. Available to candidates born in South 

Australia. 
& 100 p.a. 
M 3 years 

1 every 3 years 

University of Adelaide, Adelaide 

(A 79) 

UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, Adelaide, 
South Australia, Australia 

T. G. Wilson Travelling Scholarship in 

Obstetrics 
m Obstetrics 
United Kingdom 
491 Available to graduates of any Australian 

university. 
& 200 p.a. 
ff 1 year 

A 1 approx. every 3 years 
B University of Adelaide, Adelaide 

(A 80) 

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVER- 
SITY, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia 

Scholarships 
tt Research in medicine, physical 

science, social science or Pacific 

studies 

Australia: Australian National University 
Jft Available to graduates of any univer- 

sity; should be of Master's standing or 

give evidence of capacity for research. 
& A611. Married scholars may receive an 

additional allowance 
B 3 years 
ft Approx. 10 8 3 
fli The Registrar, Australian National 

University, Box 4, G.P.O., Canberra, 

by October 

(A 81) 

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVER- 
SITY, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia 

General Scholarships 

tt Subjects other than medicine, physical 
sciences, social sciences, Pacific studies 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to candidates in Australia; 
awards are for training in research work 
and candidates should be of Master's 
standing or have given some other 
evidence of ability in research. 
& stg. 450 or A611. Married scholars 
may receive additional allowance 



31 2 years 

* 2 or 3 

Bi The Registrar, Australian National 
University, Box 4, G.P.O., Canberra, 
by October 

(A 82) 
AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES 

Gowrie Research Travelling Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
JR Available to graduates of Australian 

universities. 
500 p.a. 
K 2 years 

* 2 2 8 

IS Candidate's own university 

(A 83 
AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES 

Donor: Shell Petroleum Company Li- 
mited, London, on behalf of the Royal 
Dutch Shell Group of Oil Companies 
Shell Post-graduate Scholarships 
tt Research in science or cncjiiiceriiifj 
<g? United Kingdom: Universities of Cam- 
bridge, London or Oxford or such other 
university as may be indicated by the 
specialized nature of the studies which 
the scholar intends to follow 
JSL Available to male British nationals, age 
under 25, who have been domiciled in 
Australia for at least 5 years and have 
taken a degree at an Australian uni- 
versity; should have taken with high 
honours a first degree in science or 
engineering and unless proceeding to 
a degree in chemical engineering 
should preferably have completed at a 
recognized university one year of post- 
graduate research in the field of study 
which they would undertake during 
tenure of scholarship. 
& 750 plus transportation 
D Normally 2 years l 

* 2 (1 available in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 
E3 Registrar of any Australian university 

(A 84) 

BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND,* Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia 

Fellowship in Agriculture 
tt Agricultural conditions in Victoria 
agricultural geography, production, 
marketing, etc. 

$ Australia: State of Victoria 
M. Available to British subjects who have 
resided for at least 10 years in the 
United Kimjdom ; age under 35; 
must be leading junior practical farmer 
who is, or has been, an active member 
of the National Federation of Young 
Farmers Clubs in the United Kingdom. 
& A1,000 



* The Fund will award fellowships in subsequent years but the subjects of study may be different 
to the 1 for 1953. 



58 



A USTR ALIA Continual 



Approx. 10 months 

* !. 

Sir John Lienhop, Agent-General for 
Victoria and Chairman o.' the British 
Memorial Fund Committee, Victoria 
House, The Strand, London W.C.2, 
by 1 October 1952 

(A B5) 

BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND,* Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia 

Fellowship in Industrial Research 
01 Industrial research. The following are 
suggested fields of study but recipient 
may study some other aspect of indus- 
trial research; relation between manage- 
ment and employee in Australia; 
efficiency of the control of industry; 
management of public utilities in 
Australia; trends in management and 
union relations; management efficiency, 
and the development of Australian 
executives and supervisory staff; study 
of the arbitration system in Australia; 
the problem of the re-scttlen:ent of 
British industries in Australia; gaps 
in Australian industries which Britain 
might fill, and vice versa 
Australia: State of Victoria 
jft Available to British subjects who have 
resided for at least 10 years in the 
United Kinrjdom; age under 35; 
special consideration will be given to (a) 
students of industrial management 
techniques, or of some branch of social 
science; (b) office-bearers in any chamber 
of manufactures, federation of employers 
or junior chamber of commerce; (c) 
office-bearers in registered trade unions; 
(d) executives of industrial undertak- 
ings; (e) persons \vho have extensive 
experience in industrial affairs or general 
administration. 
4 A1,000 
B Approx. 10 months 

* 1 

HE Sir John Lienhop, Agent-General for 
Victoria and Chairman of the British 
Memorial Fund Committee, Victoria 
House, The Strand, London W.C.2, 
by 1 October 1952 

(A 86) 

BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND,* Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia 

Virology Fellowship 

Ct Virus diseases (animal or bacterial) 
$ Australia (at the Walter and Eliza 

Hall Institute in Melbourne, except 

under special circumstances) 
A Available to British subjects who have 

resided for at least 10 years in the 

United Kino* 101 "? a S e under 35; 



should be medical or science graduates 
intending to develop an academic 
career in research or teaching in a field 
directly related to microbiology; should 
preferably have had 1 or 2 years* post- 
graduate research experience in a 
relevant biological field microbiology, 
biochemistry, biophysics or bacterial 
genetics. 

A A1,000 

M Approx. 10 months 

* l . 

E9i Sir John Lienhop, Agent-General for 

Victoria and Chairman of the British 
Memorial Fund Committee, Victoria 
House, The Strand, London W.C.2, 
by 1 October 1952 

(A 87) 

BRITISH MEMORIAL FUND,* Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia 

Fellowship in Natural Science 
fit Natural !->< ion or 
f Australia: State of Victoria 
JA. Available to British subjects who have 
resided for at least 10 years in the 
Ignited Kingdom; age under 35; the 
fellowship is open to persons qualified 
in any branch of natural science but 
preference will be given where it is 
considered that the applicant can most 
benefit by facilities that are peculiar 
to Australia. 
5 A1,()()0 
SI Appro*. 10 months 

* l . 

EH Sir John Lienhop, Agent-General for 

Victoria and Chairman of the British 
Memorial Fund Committee, Victoria 
House, fhe Strand, London W.C.2, 
by 1 October 1952 

(A 88) 

COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE 

BOARD, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia 
Post-graduate Scholarships 

It Post-graduate studies which will im- 
prove the efficiency of officers in the 
Commonwealth I'ublic Service 

<& United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Australia who 
are permanent officers in the Common- 
wealth Public Service; must have 
university degree; recipients must 
undertake to remain in the Service for 
5 years after their return to Australia. 

4$ Salary plus transportation, tuition fees 
and additional allowances 

I Maximum 2 academic years 

* 4 23 

M The Secretary, Public Service Board, 
Canberra, A.C.T., between 1 December 
and 31 January 



* The Fund- wiH award fellowships In subsequent years but the subjects of study may be different 

to lhu> \ for 19.">3. 
For symbols and footnotes, see page 37. 



59 



AUSTRALIA Continued 



(A 89) 

COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND 

INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGAN1ZA- 

TION, 314 Albert Street, East Melbourne 

C.2, Victoria, Australia 

Donor: Australian Government 
Studentships 

tt run- and applied sciences 

ti Generally United Kingdom and U.S.A. 

M. Available generally to nationals of 
Australia; age usually under 30; 
must be university graduates who have 
indicated their capacity for research; 
recipient is required to give the Organi- 
zation an option on his services for 
period of 3 years after completion of 
studentship. 

A 440 in U.K. or $2,249 in U.S.A. , plu* 
allowance of 180 in U.K. or $803 in 
U.S.A. for married students, plus trans- 
portation and tuition fees, plus up to 
75 for approved visits and expenses in 
the U.K. 

E 2 years 

* 20 a 

CS1RO, 314 Albert Street, East Mel- 
bourne C.2 

(A 90) 

DAVID JONES LTD., Castlereagh Street, 
Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 

The David Jones Bursary 
II Advertising, display, mail order, or 

office management 

In countries enumerated by David 
Jones Ltd. 

M> Available to members of the staff of 
David Jones Ltd.; age limit 35; candi- 
dates attend a course of lectures given 
under the jurisdiction of the Company 
and award is given to member whose 
combined marks in final examination 
and in daily practical work are highest. 

& Covers transportation and maintenance 
in addition to the salary which recipient 
was receiving at the time bursary was 
granted 

Approx. 6 months 

1 

David Jones Ltd., Castlereagh Street, 
Sydney 

(A 01) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

University Travelling Research Scholar- 
ships 
m 1 11 restricted 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Melbourne for research. 

4 500 p.a. 

5 2 years 

2 * 8 

University of Melbourne, Melbourne 
N.3, by 31 January 



(A 92) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

Aitchison Travelling Scholarship 
tt I' n restricted 
Unrestricted 
M Available to male graduates of the 

University of Melbourne for study or 

research abroad. 
<5 500 p.a. 
SI 1 year * 

* 1 * 3 

Hi University of Melbourne, Melbourne 
N.3, by 31 January 

(A 93) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 
Donor: Sidney Myer 

Sidney Myer Travelling Scholarship 
II Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to holders of the Aitchison 

Travelling Scholarship (Award No. 92) 

to enable them to continue their 

studies for another year. 
5 500 
1 year 

* I 28 

ES University of Melbourne, Melbourne N.3 

(A 94) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

(a) Argus Research Scholarship 

(b) Bage Memorial Scholarship 

(c) Dixson Research Scholarship 

(d) Melvin Memorial Scholarship 

(e) Stawell Scholarship 
II Jkmjiiieerinfi research 
Unrestricted 

JK Available to graduates in engineering or 
science of the University of Melbourne 
or of some other university who are 
approved by the Faculty of Engineering. 

& (a) 50 p.a.; (b) 45 p.a.;(c) 120 p.a.; 
(d)64p.a.;(e)75p.a. 

1 year 

* (a) 1 * 8 ; (b) 1 ; (c) 1 ; (d) 1 * ; 
(e) 1 

9 University of Melbourne, Melbourne N.3 

(A 95) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

Mollison Scholarship 

tt French, German or Dutch language 
Unrestricted 
A Available to graduates of University 

of Melbourne. 
A 300 
21 1 year 

* 1 

ES University of Melbourne, Melbourne 
N.3 



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AUSTRALIA Continued 



(A 96) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

Smyth Travelling Scholarship 
tt Education study or research 
Unrestricted 
M, Available to graduates of University of 

Melbourne. 
S 150 p.a. 
M 1 year 

* 1 

08 University of Melbourne, Melbourne 
N.3 

(A 97) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne, N.3, Victoria, Australia 
\V. E. J. Craig Travelling Scholarship 
tt Animal husbandry 

Northern Ireland: Queen's University, 
Belfast 

41 Available to graduates of the University 

of Melbourne. 
ft Unspecified 
O I, 2 or 3 years l 
1 (available when vacant) 
E9 University of Melbourne, Melbourne N.3 

(A 98) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

Donor: Sir Arthur Sims 

Sir Arthur Sims Travelling Scholarship 

tt I Jit restricted 

United Kingdom 

H Available to graduates of any Austra- 
lian university. 

6 500 p.a. 

3 2 years 1 

^ 1 every 2 years 2 

ES University of Melbourne, Melbourne N.3 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Mel- 
bourne N.3, Victoria, Australia 

Ifirsh and Olga Taft Exchange Scholar- 
ship sec Award No. A. 650 

(A 99) 

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE CON- 

SERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, Melbourne 

N.3, Victoria, Australia 

ftonor: The late Sir William J. Clarke, 
Bart. 

The South Province (Victoria) Scholar- 
ship (usually known as the "Clarke 
Scholarship") 

tt Music 

<$ United Kingdom: Royal College of 
Music, London 

Jl Available to a native of the State of 
Victoria, Australia ; age 16 to 25. 

S 50 p.a. plus tuition fees 

3 3 years 1 



* 1 every 3 years (next award 1953) 

9 University Conservatorium of Music, 
Melbourne N.3 

(A 100) 

NEW SOUTH WALES STATE COXSER- 

VATORIUM OF MUSIC, Macquarie Street, 

Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 

Pedley, Woolley, McManamin Scholar- 
ship 

tt Music 

United Kingdom: Royal College of 
Music or Royal Academy of Music, 
London 

Jl Available to temale British-born nation- 
als who have been resident in Austra- 
lia for the 5 years preceding the exami- 
nation; age limit 25 for singers and 21 
for students of piano and violin; must 
have passed Licentiate Examination of 
Australian Music Examinations Board. 

& 200 p.a. 

D 2 years 

* 1 

SI Registrar, N.S.W. State Conservate- 
rium of Music, Macquarie Street, Sydney 

(A 101) 

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, Bris- 
bane, Queensland, Australia 

(a) Foundation Travelling Scholarships; 

(b) Walter and Eliza Hall Travelling 
Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Queensland. 

& (a) 400 p.a.; (b) 250 p.a. 

IS. 2 years 

* (a) 2 s ; (b) 1 

E23 University of Queensland, Brisbane 

(A 102) 

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, Bris- 
bane, Queensland, Australia 

Walter and Eliza Hall Engineering Fel- 
lowship 

tt Kng frittering 
Overseas and Australia (University of 

Queensland) 

JL Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Queensland. 
<S 500 p.a. 

IS 2 years overseas and 1 year at Univer- 
sity of Queensland 
k 1 every 3 years 
ES University of Queensland, Brisbane 

(A 103) 

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, Bris- 
bane, Queensland, Australia 

University of Queensland Music Scholar- 
ship 



For symtote and footnotes, see page 37, 



61 



AUSTRALIA Continued 



m Music 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to persons who have been 
resident in Queensland for at least 
2 years; age 15 to 18 for instrumentalists 
or 18 to 21 for singers; must have passed 
Junior University Examination and 
*how outstanding ability and promise 
of future development. 

A 150 p.a. 

5 3 years 

1 

fli The Registrar, University of Queens- 
land, Brisbane 

(A 104) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney, 
N.S.W., Australia 

Donor: The late G. H. S. Lightoller 
G. H. S. and I. R. Lightoller Scholarship 
tt Arts, medicine, science, veterinary 
science, agriculture, engineering 

Unrestricted 

M Available to graduates of not more 
than 3 years' standing in the Faculties 
of Arts, Medicine. Science, Veterinary 
Science, Agriculture or Engineering 
of the University of Sydney; age usually 
under 26; ordinarily not tenable by 
married person. 

A 500 

B 1 year 1 

fc 1 every 2 years * 

B University of Sydney, Sydney, by 31 
March in year of award 

(A 105) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney, 
N.S.W., Australia 

(a) James King of Trrawang Travelling 
Scholarship; (b) J. B. Watt Travelling 
Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M, Available to graduates of University of 
Sydney; normal age limit 26; ordinarily 
not tenable by married person. 

6 500 

S (a) Maximum 2 years; (b) 2 years 
k (a) 1 every 5 years; (b) 1 every 2 years 
H University of Sydney, Sydney 

(A 106) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney, 

N.S.W., Australia 

Walter and Eliza Hall Fellowship* 

tt (a) Medicine; (b) Rnfjineering 

(c) Veterinary science; (d) Agri- 
culture 
(e) Economics 

(a) and (b) Overseas and Australia 
(University of Sydney) (c), (d) and (e) 
Unrestricted 

M Available to graduates of University of 
Sydney; normal age limit 26; ordinarily 
not tenable by married person. 



4$ (a), (b), (d) and (e) 300 to 500 p.a. 

(c) 600 p.a. 
1C (a) and (b) 2 years overseas then 1 year 

at University of Sydney; 

(c) and (d) 1 year *; (e) 3 years 
fl (a), (b) and (e) 1 of each every 3 years; 

(c) 1 2 3 ; (d) ] 2 8 
ES University of Sydney, Sydney 

(A 107) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney. 
N.S.W., Australia 

(a) Barker Graduate Scholarship 

(b) Cooper Graduate Scholarship 

(c) Charles Rolling Travelling Scholar* 
ship in Mechanical Engineering 

II (a) Mathematics ; (b) Classic** 

(c) Engineering 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to graduates of University 

of Sydney; normal age limit 26; 

ordinarily not tenable by married 

person. 
4$ (a) and (b) 500 p.a.; 

(c) 600 p.a. 
B 2 years 

fc 1 each of (a), (b) and (c) every 2 year* 
ES University of Sydney, Sydney 

(A 108) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney, 
3S.S.W., Australia 

(a) Wentworth Travelling Fellowship 

(b) W T ooIley Scholarship 

(c) Frazer Scholarship 
tt (a) and (b) Arts; 

(c) History 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to graduates of University 
of Sydney; normal age limit 26: ordin- 
arily not tenable by married person. 

& 500 p.a. 

IS. 2 years 

A (a) 1 every 4 years; (b) 1 every 6 year* 
(c) 1 every 5 y^ars 

ES University of Sydney, Sydney 

(A 109) 

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney. 

N.S.W., Australia 

Thomas Lawrence Pawlett Scholarship 

M AgrifMiIliirnl science 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to graduates of University 
of Sydney; normal age limit 26, ordin- 
arily not tenable by married person. 

<S 500 p.a. plus 200 p.a. in special 
circumstances 

X 1 to 2 year* 

fl 2 (Awarded when vacant) 

Bi University of Sydney, Sydney 

(A 110) 
TASMANIAN ARTISTS' TRUST FUND 

Tasmaniaa Artists' Trust Fund 
tt Music or other arts 



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AUSTRALIA Continued 



United Kingdom and other countries 
as approved 

M. Available to Tasinanian students of 
music and other arts who are desirous ol 
continuing their studies beyond Tas- 
mania. 

& Unspecified 

IS Unspecified 

% Unspecified 

Mr. S. C. Burbury, 38 Elizabeth Street, 
Hobart, Tasmania 

(A 111) 

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRA- 
LIA, Perth, Western Australia, Australia 

Robert and Maude Gledden Travelling 

Fellowship 
tt Surveying)* engineering, mining) or 

cognate subjects 
% Unrestricted 



M. Available to graduates of University 

of Western Australia. 
& 750 p.a. 
31 1 to 2 years 

* 1 * 

C9 University of Western Australia, Perth 

(A 112) 

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRA- 
LIA, Perth, Western Australia, Australia 

Racket t Studentships 
tt Unrestricted 
4fc Unrestricted 
A Available to graduates of University 

of Western Australia. 

^ 600 in first year; 1400 in second yeai 
1C 1 or 2 years 

* 2 a 

E9 University of Western Australia. Perth 



AUSTRIA 



(A 113) 

AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT : Federal 
Ministry of Public Instruction, Vienna. 
Austria 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestrieted 
Austria 

M. Available to TSritisli students. 
& 1,000 Austrian schillings per month 
O 6 months 



British Council, 
London W.I 



65 Davies Street, 



(A 114) 

AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT: Federal Mi- 
nistry of Public Instruction, Vienna, Austria 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Austria 

M Available to Italian students. 
6 1,100 Austrian schillings per month plus 

400 Austrian schillings towards tra- 

velling expenses 
X 1 academic year (8 months) 
* 3 2 
Direzione Generate delle Relazioni Cul- 

turali, Ministero degli Aflari Esteri, 

Piazza Firenze 27, Rome 



AUSTRIAN 
Ministry of 
Austria 

Summer Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 



(A 115) 

GOVERNMENT: Federal 
Public Instruction, Vienna, 



Austria 

A Available to Italian nationals to enable 

them to attend a summer school in 

Austria. 

<J 1,700 Austrian schillings 
SI 45 days 

* 3 

& Direzione Generate delle Relazioni 
Cultural!, Ministero degh Affari Eateri, 
Piazza Firenze 27, Rome 

(A 116) 

AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT: Federal 
Ministry of Public Instruction, Vienna, 
Austria 

Scholarship 
tt Lin restricted 
Austria 

A Available to Yugoslav students. 
1,000 Austrian schillings per month 
2[ 6 months 

* I 2 

E9 Council for Science and Culture, 20 
Kneza Milosa, Belgrade 

(A 117) 

SALZBURG SEMINAR IN AMERICAN 
STUDIES, Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, 
Austria 

Donor: Salzburg Seminar in American 
Studies, Philipps Brooks House, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

tt Aspects of American eivilizution 
literature, government, economics, inter- 



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63 



AUSTRIA Continued 



national politics, psychology, sociology, 
anthropology, music, art 
Austria: Salzburg 

Available to European students; age 
approx. 23 to 35; preference given to 
novelists, critics, poets, teachers, for- 
eign office officials, journalists, social 
scientists and advanced university stu- 
dents. There will be a 6-week summer 
session and 5 monthly sessions, each 



dealing with special aspects of American 

culture. 
$ Lodging and tuition. Board is provided 

at a charge of 650 Austrian schillings 

for the summer session or 500 Austrian 

schillings for a monthly session 
1C 4 to 6 weeks 
^ Approx. 350 8 3 (approx. 100 for summer 

session and 50 for each monthly session) 
BB Salzburg Seminar in American 5 tu diets 

Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg 



BELGIUM 



(A 118) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue de 
la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
f) Belgium 
JL Available to nationals of Denmark (2), 

Finland (1), Germany (2), Iran (1), 

Libya (1), I'orlucjal (1), Sweden (1); 

must be university students or graduates. 
A 4,000 Belgian francs per month 

grant towards travel expenses 
SI H months 

* 9 23 (See jft for allocation to each 
country) 

15 Canada: Mr. T. H. Matthews, National 
Conference of Canadian Universities, 
McGill University, Montreal; Sweden: 
Swedish Institute for Cultural Relations 
with Foreign Countries, 34 Kungsgatan, 
Stockholm; Other countries: Ministry of 
Education 

(A 119) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Scholarships 
$1 Unre-trieled 
& Belgium 
JR Available to Czechoslovak nationals; 

age IB to 35; must be university 

students or graduates. 
5 36,000 Belgian francs 
& I academic year ' 

* H * 8 

B Ministry of Education, Karmelitska 8, 
Prague III 

/ A 120) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Belgian Government Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 
Belgium 



M. Available to Freneh nationals; must be 
students at a university or college of 
equivalent standing. 

& 4,000 Belgian francs per month plus 
tuition fees 

8 months 

* 5 * > 

E8 Direction Generale des Relations Cultu- 
relles, 37 Quai d'Orsay, Paru-7 e , by 
May 

(A 121) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Fellowships 
tt Uitre*lricUd 
Belgium 
A Available to Italian nationals; mut be 

university graduates of riot more than 

10 years* standing. 
6 Equivalent of 340,000 lire plus tuition 

fee?; j>art of cost of travel may be paid 

in addition 
D Approx. 8 months 

* 6 * 3 

E9 Direzinne Generale delle Relaxioni 
Cultural, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, 
Piazza Fircnze 27, Rome 

(A 122) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 

de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Scholarships of the Nether- 
landi-Belgium Cultural Convention 

II I lure*! ricleti 

Belgium 

Jft Available to national* of the Nether- 
lands who have a university degree of 
have completed several years* higher 
study. 

& 3,500 Belgian francs per month plus 
tuition fees 

B 1 to 3 months 

A Unspecified 8 "; as the convention pro- 
vides for exchanges of 90 months of 



64 



BELGIUM Continued 



fellowships per year, number awarded 
depends on the duration of each 
award 

BB Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences, 
The Hague 

(A 123) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 

de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 
Exchange Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

$ Belgium 

A Available to nationals of Norway; 
must be university students or gradu- 
ates. 

& 4,000 Belgian francs per month plus 
tuition fees 

D Unspecified 

* Unspecified 8 s ; as the convention be- 
tween Belgium and Norway provides for 
25 months of fellowships per year, 
number awarded depends on the dura- 
tion of each award 

E9 Ministry of Church and Education, 
Roald Aniundsensgt 1, Oslo 

(A 124) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Belgian Bursaries for Study or Research 
tt Unrestricted 
3$ Belgium 
A Available to South African nationals, 

for post-graduate study or research. 
& 4,000 Belgian francs per month 
K 7 months 

* 2 2 3 

Hi Secretary for Education, Arts and 
Science, New Standard Bank Buildings, 
Pretoria 

(A 125) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Belgium 
A Available to nationals of the United 

Kingdom ; must be university students 

or graduates. 

& 5,000 Belgian francs per month 
X 4 to 6 months 

* 7 2 3 

gi The British Council (Education Division), 
65 Davies Street, London W.I 

(A 126) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 



Exchange Fellowships for Scientific 
Research 

0ft Scientific research 

Belgium 

Jl Available to Czechoslovak nationals; 
must be qualified to undertake scientific 
research. 

& 5,000 Belgian francs per month plus 
transportation 

US. Varies in individual cases 

A Unspecified ? 3 ; as the convention be- 
tween Belgium and Czechoslovakia pro- 
vides for exchanges of 10 months of 
fellowships per year, number awarded 
depends on duration of each award 

EH Ministry of Education, Karmelitska 8, 
Prague III 

(A 127) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 

de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Exchange Fellowships for Scientific 
Research 

tt Scientific research 

Belgium 

A Available to French nationals who 
are scientific research workers of proven 
ability, in exchange for similar facilities 
for Belgian research workers offered 
by the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 

<5 Covers transportation, maintenance and 
research facilities 

SI Varies in individual cases 1 

fc Unspecified 23 ; as the convention be- 
tween Belgium and the CNRS provides 
for exchanges of 60 months of fellowships 
in an academic year, number awarded 
depends on duration of each award 

Bi Monsieur le Directeur du CNRS, 4 e Bu- 
reau Echauges, 13 quai Anatole-France, 
Paris-7 e 

(A 128) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 

de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 
Exchange Fellowships 

tt Clinical medicine 

Belgium 

A Available to French nationals; must be 
recommended by the National Institute 
of Hygiene in Paris; generally awarded 
to candidates having a degree in 
medicine. 

& Varies in each case 

X Varies in each case 

# Unspecified 2 8 ; as the convention be- 
tween Belgium and the National Institute 
of Hygiene provides for exchanges of 
9 months of fellowships, the number 



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65 



BELGIUM Continued 



awarded depends on the duration of 
each award 

Institut National d'Hygiene, 3 rue 
Leon Bonnat, Paris-16 e 

(A 129) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Travelling Scholarships 
Ml Arts, philosophy, law, pure and 

applied sciences, medicine, engineer- 

injl 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Belgian nationals on the 
results of a competitive examination; 
must be graduates of not more than 
2 years' standing or be likely to graduate 
before the competitive examination is 
completed. 

& 40,000 Belgian francs 

fl 8 months 

A 50 2I 

Bi Ministere de Flnstruction Publique 
(Administration de FEnseignement Su- 
perieur et des Sciences), Residence 
Palace, rue de la Loi, Brussels, by 
1 March 

(A 130) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 

de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Government Travelling Scholarships 

tt Education 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Belgium ; 
award is sjiven to the author of the best 
book on education which has appeared 
during the past year, in Trench language 
for 1952 and in* Dutch for 1953. 

& 9,000 Belgian francs 

IS Unspecified 

* 1 2 

Bi Ministere de 1'Instruction Publique 
(Administration de I'Enseignement Nor- 
mal, 2 e Section), Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, by 1 October 

(A 131) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Public Instruction, Residence Palace, rue 
de la Loi, Brussels, Belgium 

Belgian Institute of History at Rome 

Scholarships 
tt Roman archives with relation to Bel- 

fjian history, history of art 9 archaeo- 
logy, classical philology 
Italy: Belgian Institute of History at 

Rome 
4ft Available to nationals of Bclfjium who 

have licence or doctorate in one of the 

subjects of study. 
A Maximum 20,000 Belgian francs 
X 3 months 

* Unspecified 28 



Ministere de I'lnstruction Publique 
(Administration de TEnseigncment Su- 
perieur et des Sciences), Residence 
Palace, rue de la Loi, Brussels 

(A 132) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Brussels, Belgium 

Government Travelling Scholarships 
tt Engineering and commercial 

sciences 

Unrestricted, preferably out of Europe 
& Available to young Belgian nationals 
who have a degree or diploma in engi- 
neering or commercial sciences. 
<5 Maximum 18,000 Belgian francs 
IS Maximum 4 years 
Jk Unspecified 2 8 

03 Ministere des Affaires Etraugeres (Com- 
mission des Bourses de Voyages), 
Brussels 

(A 133) 

BELGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Colonies, 7 place Roy ale, Brussels, Belgium 

Colonial Scholarships 
ft! Medicine 

Bclflinn Congo, Biiundu-lJruiitli 
A Available to nationals of Belgium who 
are university agregcs or professors of 
medicine; awards are to encourage 
collaboration between medical faculties 
in Belgium and laboratories and sani- 
tary services in Belgian Congo and 
Ruanda-Urundi. 
& 125,000 Belgian francs 
JZ 4 months 

* 4 23 (1 to each medical faculty in 
Beldam) 

EZS Candidate's own university 

(A 134) 

AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB OF BRUS- 
SELS, Brussels, Belgium 

American Women's Club of Brussels 
Scholarship 

ffll Social service, nursing, public* 
hcallh, school-leaehiiijj, dietetics 
and nutrition, child study 
9 U.S.A. 

A Available to female nationals of Bel- 
gium; age 21 to 35; must have com- 
pleted as a minimum the first year of 
candidature or its equivalent. Awards 
are intended to further international 
understanding. 
& $1,200 to $1,500 
31 1 academic year 

* l a 

Bi United States Educational Foundation, 
11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels, by 1 December 

(A 135) 

BELGIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVER- 
SITY WOMEN, 50 rue Paul Heger, 
Brussels, Belgium 



66 



BELGIUM 



Belgian Federation of University Women 
Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Available to women university grad- 
uates, members of the Belgian Federa- 
tion of University Women, who have 
completed at least 3 years of higher 
studies. 

A 5,000 to 8,000 Belgian francs 

E 1 academic year 

A 3 

Hi Madame Maud Preaux, 18 avenue de 
l'Arme, Brussels 4, by 1 May 

(A 136) 

BOGHOS NUBAR PACHA FOUND- 
ATION, 11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels, Bel- 
gium 

Scholarships 

II Unrestricted, preferably mechanics, 
electrical engineering, chemistry, engi- 
neering, pharmacy, architecture, com- 
merce, and particularly studies leading 
to the teaching profession 
<8 Belgium 

Jtt Available to persons of Armenian 
origin, domiciled in any country, 
provided they can read and write 
Armenian; must not belong to any 
political organization and must be in 
need of financial aid; preference given 
to candidates who intend to go to 
Armenia, especially those who intend 
to teach in Armenian schools and 
in Armenian centres. Recipients are 
expected to repay the amount of their 
scholarships as and when their finan- 
cial situations permit. 
A Varies according to recipient's financial 
needs; covers transportation and may 
cover complete maintenance and tuition 
fees 

ff According to study needs 
A Unspecified 8 * 

B8 Fondation Boghos Nuhar Pacha, 11 rue 
d'Egmont, Brussels 

(A 137) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, 50 avenue 
F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 

Scholarships 
Unrestricted 

& Belgium: University of Brussels 
Jl Available to students from Luxem- 
bourg. 
4$ (a) Tuition and other fees 

(b) Tuition fees 
X 1 academic year l 

* (a) 2 8 ;(b) Unlimited 

V Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 50 avenue 
F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels 



(A 138) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, 50 avenue 

F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 

Dr. Albert Delcourt and Marie Derscheid 
Prize 

II Pediatrics 

France 

Jl Available to medical graduates of the 
University of Brussels, to enable them 
to spend some time in a child welfare 
service in France. 

5 4,800 to 5,000 Belgian francs 

JS Unspecified 

A 1 every 2 years* 

M Secretariat de ia Faculte de Medecine et 
de Pharmacie, 115 boulevard de Water- 
loo, Brussels, by 15 October 

(A 139} 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, 50 avenue 

F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 
Paul Hermans Prize 

tt Ophthalmology 

< Unrestricted 

J& Available to Belfjian doctors who have 
taken their degree at the University 
of Brussels and who have specialized in 
ophthalmology; age under 35; award ie 
to enable recipient to spend a short 
period at a clinic abroad studying a 
theoretical or practical question concern- 
ing the glaucoma. 

& Approx. 1,200 Belgian francs 

31 Unspecified 

A 1 every 2 years 8 

191 Secretariat de la Faculte de Medecine el 
de Pharmacie, 115 boulevard de Water- 
loo, Brussels 

(A 140) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, 50 avenue 
F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 

Victor Brien Fund 
iSfi Applied fjooJogy 
$ Unrestricted 
J85, Available to students of geology and 

mining at the University of Brussels. 
4^ Approx. 5,000 Belgian francs 
H Unspecified 
Unspecified 23 
FJ3 M. le Professeur Y. de Magnee, Secre" 

taire du Fonds Victor Brien, 50 avenue 

F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, by 1 December 

(A 141) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS, 50 avenue 
F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 

Emile Tassel Fund 
II Applied sciences 
f$ Unrestricted 

Jg, Available to students who have just 
completed their studies at the Univer- 
sity of Brussels. 



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BELGIUM Continued 



S Unspecified 

IS Unspecified 

ji Unspecified 23 

H Secretariat de la Faculte des Sciences 
Appliquees, Universite Libre de 
Braxelles, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, 
Brussels 

(A 142) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS AR- 
CHAEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION, 50 ave- 
nue F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, Belgium 

Travel Scholarships and Grants 
H Greek archaeology 
France, Germany, Greece, Italy, United 

Kingdom 

A Available to students and former 
students of the University of Brussels 
to enable them to visit Greece or 
important archaeological collections in 
other countries. 
I of 15,000 Belgian francs; value of 

others varies 
IS Unspecified 
* Unspecified 23 

B Directeur de la Fondation Archeolo- 
gique de PUniversite de Bruxelles, 
50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels 

(A 143) 

UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS TOR- . 
LEY-ROUSSEAU INSTITUTE OF ZOO- 
LOGY, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, 
Belgium 

Torley-Keller Foundation 
tt Zoology 
"Western Europe 
A Available to zoologists attached to the 

University of Brussels to enable them 

to carry out research abroad. 
3 1,000 to 10,000 Belgian francs 
M Unspecified 
.& 1 or 2 3S 
B Directeur de Flnstitut Zoologique Torley- 

Roussean, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, 

Brussels 

(A 144) 

INSTITUTE FOR THE ENCOURAGE- 
MENT'OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN 
INDUSTRY AND AGRICULTURE 
(IRSIA), 53 rue de la Concorde, Brussels. 
Belgium 

Travelling Fellowships 

ffl Research in industrial and agricultu- 
ral subjects 
Unrestricted 

A Available to Belgian nationals having 
doctor's degree in science, applied 
science, pharmaceutical science, or vete- 
rinary science; civil engineers and 
specialists in agricultural engineering 
are also eligible; recipients must publish 
results of work carried out during 
tenure of award. 
& Varies according to country of study; 



covers transportation and maintenance 
IS Maximum. 6 months 
* 30 2 3 
13 Directeur de Flnstitut pour 1'Encoura- 

gemeat de la Recherche Scientifique 

dans 1'Industrie et I 9 Agriculture, 53 rue 

de la Concorde, Brussels 



(A 145) 
IT A 



LA FONDATION UNIVERSITAIRE, 
11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels, Belgium 

Scholarships for Study Abroad 
tt Unrestricted 
$ Unrestricted 
St Available to Belgian nationals; must 

be university graduates, having passed 

the concours universitaire. 

5 40,000 Belgian francs 
TS. 6 to 8 months 

6 4 s 3 

S3 La Fondation Universitaire, II rue 
d'Egmont, Brussels 

(A 146) 

LA FONDATION UNIVERSITAIRE, 

11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels, Belgium 
Study Loans (Category B) 

iU Unrestricted 

@ Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Belgian nationals wishing 
to go abroad to prepare, or to complete, 
for publication, a paper or a thesis for 
presentation for a final degree; recipient 
must repay the loan as from the fifth 
year after award is made. 

6 Varies in each case 

M Unspecified 

$ Unspecified a s 

US La Fondation Universitaire, 11 rue 
d'Egmont, Brussels, by 20 October 

(A 147) 

NATIONAL FUND FOR SCIENTIFIC 
RESEARCH (FNRS), 11 rae d'Egmont, 
Brussels, Belgium 

(a) "Mandat d' Aspirant" 

(b) *-Mandat de Charge de Recherches" 

(c) **Mandat de Chercheur Qualifie" 
Hi Scientific research 

Belgium and other countries 

M. Available to Belgian nationals who 
are young university graduates; while 
holding awards recipients must not be 
employed by a university. The 3 awards 
are held successively, i,e., recipients of 
(b) must have previously held (a) and 
recipients of (c) must have held (b). 

S (a) 85,000 Belgian francs p.a. 

(b) 95,000 Belgian francs p.a. 

(c) 105,000 Belgian franca p.a. 
E (a) 2 years 

(b) 2 years, at least 6 to 8 months of 
which must be spent abroad 

(c) 2 years 

* (a) 18 28 ; 4 (b) "8. aa ; (c) 4 2 
S Fonda National de la Recherche Scien- 



BELGIUM -Omtinwep 



tifique, 11 
by 1 March 



rue d'Egmont, Brussels, X 



(A 148) 

NATIONAL FUND FOB SCIENTIFIC 

RESEARCH (FNRS), 11 rue d'Egmont, 

Brussels, Belgium 

"Bourses Extraordinaires*' 

tt Scientific research 

Belgium and other countries 

M Available to Belgian nationals of 
proved scientific ability who wish to 
finish a thesis of agregation de Fensei- 
gnement supcrieur or a special doctor- 
ate, or who hold diploma agrege 
de V 'enseignement supcrieur and have 
already had an award from the FNRS 
or been employed by a university for 
6 years. 

l 100,000 Belgian francs p.a. 

S 1 year 

ft 4 2 3 

Ei Fonds National de la Recherche Scien- 
tifique, 11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels, 
by 1 March 

(A 149) 

SOLVAY INTERNATIONAL INSTI- 
TUTE OF CHEMISTRY, University of 
Brussels, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, 
Brussels, Belgium 

Grants and Scholarships 
tt Chemistry 
> Unrestricted 

JR Available to Belgian chemists and 
students in chemistry who show consider- 
able promise; may also be given to 
non-Belgian chemists who arc pursu- 
ing work of exceptional importance or 
interest. 
*5 Unspecified 



Unspecified 

Unspecified 2 3 

Secretariat de Tlnstitut International 

de Chimie Solvay, Universite Libre de 

Bruxelles, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, 

Brussels 



(A 150) 

SOLVAY INTERNATIONAL INSTI- 
TUTE OF PHYSICS, University of Brussels, 
50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, Brussels, 
Belgium 

Grants and Scholarships 
M Pure and applied physics 
Unrestricted 

JS, Available to Belgian physicists and 
students in physics who show consider- 
able promise; may also be given to non- 
Bclgian physicists who arc pursuing 
work of exceptional importance or 
interest. 
<$ Unspecified 
31 Unspecified 
ft Unspecified 2 3 

ES Secretariat de 1'Institut International 
de Physique Solvay, Universite Libre 
de Bruxelles, 50 avenue F.-D. Roosevelt, 
Brussels 

(A 151) 
VARIOUS FOUNDATIONS IN BELGIUM 

Grants 
H$ Unrestricted 

> Belgium 

Jl Available to nationals of Luxembourg. 
i Variable 
X Variable 
ft Unspecified 2 8 

ES Ministere de FEducation Nationale, 
12 rue du St. Esprit, Luxembourg 



BOLIVIA 



(A 152) 
SIMON I. PATINO FOUNDATION, 

Comercio 578, S.A. Casilla 1265, La Paz, 
BoUvia 

Simon I. Patifio University Loans 
tt Medicine, engineering, art 

Europe, South America, U.S.A. 

JS Available to nationals of Bolivia who 
have backillerato or a university degree; 
age 18 to 20 or 25 to 30; must be out- 
standing students and be in need of 
financial assistance; on completion of 
studies recipient must return to Bolivia 
and exercise his profession. 

4! Loans may cover transportation, main- 



tenance allowance of $50 to $80 per 

month, tuition fees, books, etc. There is 

also one annual award of $1,000 given 

to the best candidate in the annual 

examinations 

According to study needs 

25 to 30 2 3 (This is the total number 

and the number awarded each year 

depends on the number which fall 

vacant) 

Secretaria General, Fundacidn Univer- 

sitaria Simon I. Patino, Comercio 578, 

S.A. Casilla 1265, La Paz, in November 

and December 



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69 



BOLIVIA 



(A 153) 

UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
XAVIER, Sucre, BoHvia 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
Jft Available to the best graduates of the 

University of San Francisco Xavier. 



A 60,000 bolivares 

M 1 year 

* 3" 

Bi Universidad de San Francisco Xavier, 
Sucre, in September of year after gradua- 
tion 



BRAZIL 



(A 154) 

GOVERNMENT OF BRAZIL: Ministry 
of External Affairs, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
. Scholarships 

I nrestricted 

Brazil 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries 
but up to present awards have been 
given to nationals of Argentina, Bolivia, 
Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, 
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, 
Guatemala. Mexico. Panama, Paraguay, 
Peru, United Kingdom, U.S.A., Uru- 
guay, Venezuela: must have degree or 
diploma of university or other institute 
of higher learning. 

d! 1,800 to 3,300 cruzieros per month plus 
tuition fees 

S 6 to 12 months 1 

A Approx. 65 * * 

B Brazilian Embassy or Legation in 
candidate's own country, by 28 February 

(A 155) 

BRAZILIAN NATIONAL SERVICE OF 
INDUSTRIAL APPRENTICESHIP, Rio 
de Janeiro, Brazil 

Fellowships 

Ml Subjects such as chemistry, textiles, 
food technology, industrial techno- 
logy 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Brazil for 
study in U.S. academic institutions; 
studies must be in some field considered 
important to the development of 
Brazil. 



Covers transportation, maintenance 

tuition fees 
B 1 academic year l 

* Approx. 5 * * 

BB Servic.o Nacional de Aprendizagetn 
Industrial, Rio de Janeiro 

(A 156) 

BRAZILIAN NATIONAL SERVICE OF 
INDUSTRIAL APPRENTICESHIP, Rio 
de Janeiro, Brazil 

Fellowships 

Industrial subjects 
France (10), Italy (6), U.S.A. (3) 
A Available to nationals of Brazil \ 
awards are to provide teaching and 
administrative personnel in industry. 
& Unspecified 
Unspecified 

* 19 (see for numbers in each country) 
HI Servico Nacional de Aprcndizagem In- 
dustrial, Brazil 

(A 157) 

UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, Rua 
Helvetia 55, Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Scholarships 
O Unrestricted 

Brazil: University of Sao Paulo 
41 Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must have graduated from a university 
or institute of higher learning. 
& 5,000 cruzieros per month 
ID 1 year (January to DecemberV 

* 10 8 ' 

BB Rietoria da Universidade de Sao Paulo, 
Rua Helvetia 55, Sao Paulo, by 1 August 



BURMA 



(A 158) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF 
BURMA: Ministry of Education, Rangoon, 
Burma 

State Scholarships 
tt Subjects decided by the Government 



Australia, India, New Zealand, Philip- 
pines, United Kingdom, U.S.A. and 
other countries 

J& Available to nationals of Burma i 
generally required to have university 
degree or some professional training 



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BURMA- Continued 



in subject of study; recipients may be 
required to serve the Government for 
5 years after return to Burma. Awards 
are intended to help the development 
of Burma and to promote better under- 
standing between Burmese nationals 
and other peoples by educational 
contacts. 



350 p.a. in U.K., $1,680 p.a. in 
U.S.A., Rs.200 per month in India; 
plus transportation 
Usually 1 to 3 years according to study 

Unspecified (11 awarded for 1951-52) 
Additional Secretary, Ministry of Edu- 
cation, Rangoon 



CAMBODIA 



(A 159) 

GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA: Ministry 
f Education, Pnom Penh, Cambodia 

Higher Education Scholarships 
Unrestricted, generally scientific and 

technical subjects 

Unrestricted, generally Western Euro- 
pean countries, Canada, India or U.S.A. 



Available to nationals of Cambodia; 

generally required to have baccalaureat 

or its equivalent. 

Covers transportation, maintenance and 

tuition fees 

1 academic year l 

Unspecified * 8 

Ministere de I'Education, Pnom Penh 



CANADA 



(A 160) 

GOVERNMENT OF PROVINCE OF 
ONTA RIO: Ontario Department of Educa- 
tion. Parliament Buildings, Toronto, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

Scholarships for Post -graduate Study 
in France 
tt French language and literature, history 

and geography of France, phonetics 
$ France 

JS, Available to residents of the Province 
of OnJario who have a degree from 
an Ontario university and an Ontario 
teaching certificate; on completion 
of course, recipient must return to 
Ontario and give 3 years' service in 
educational work. 
4 $1.500 

fi 1 academic year 
* 4 

Bi Deputy Minister, Department of Educa- 
tion, Parliament Buildings, Toronto, 
by 1 May 

(A 161) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 
OF QUEBEC: Department of Social Wel- 
fare and Youth, Parliament Buildings, 
Quebec, Canada 

Scholarships for Higher Studies 
tt rnrrsl rioted 
9 Unrestricted 
41 Available to Canadian nationals who 

have been resident in the Province of 



Quebec for at least 5 years; must have 
graduated from high school, vocational 
school or university in the Province of 
Quebec and show high scholastic ability. 

<$ $600 to #1,200 

US. 6 and 12 months 1 

* 165 

BS Department of Social Welfare and 
Youth, Parliament Buildings, Quebec 

(A 162) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 
OF QUEBEC: Department of Youth 
Activities, Ministry of Social Welfare and 
Youth, Parliament Buildings, Quebec, 
Canada 

Scholarships for Advanced Training 
tt Subjects connected with recipient's 

teaching responsibilities 
Unrestricted 

J01 Available to Canadian nationals who 
arc teachers in the specialized schools 
of the Ministry of Social Welfare and 
Youth; recipients must teach in a 
specialized school of the Ministry for 
at least 5 years on completion of 
training. 
3 $300 
TS. 3 months l 

* 75 ' 

M Department of Youth Activities, Parlia- 
ment Buildings, Quebec 



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CANADA Continued 



(A 163) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 
OF QUEBEC: Agricultural Research Coun- 
cil, Department of Agriculture, Parliament 
Buildings, Quebec, Canada 

Quebec Agricultural Research Council 
Scholarships 

tt Agricultural sciences 
Canada, U.S.A. 

JK Available to male Canadian nationals 
\vho are resident in the Province of 
Quebec; must have education of uni- 
versity standard in agriculture and 
must have knowledge of English and 
French; on completion of scholarship, 
recipient must serve the Government of 
Quebec for period equal to that of 
duration of scholarship. Awards are 
given to train specialists and research 
workers. 

4 $100 per month in Canada or $125 per 
month in U.S.A. Transportation may 
be paid in some cases 
X 1 year * 
A 21 for study in Canada and 23 for study 

in U.S.A. 2 a 

H Agricultural Research Council, Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Parliament Build- 
ings, Quebec, by 1 April 

(A 164) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 
OF QUEBEC: Ministry of Health, Parlia- 
ment Buildings, Quebec, Canada 

Ministry of Health Scholarships 
tt Public health, public health nursing, 

medical sciences 

Canada, Europe, U.S.A. 

4ft Available to Canadian nationals resi- 
dent in the Province of Quebec; age 
limit 35; must have knowledge of 
English and French; must have medical 
degree or nursing diploma; on comple- 
tion of studies recipients must return to 
the Province and follow their profession. 

A $2,000 to $4,000 

X 1 academic year * 

* Approx. 75 * s 

B Ministry of Health, Parliament Build- 
ings, Quebec 

(A 165) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE 
OF QUEBEC: Department of Mines, 
Parliament Buildings, Quebec, Canada 

Department of Mines Scholarships 
tt Geology, metallurgy, mining 
6 U.S.A. 

Jl Available to Canadian nationals who 
have been resident in the Province of 
Quebec for at least 5 years; must have 
degree of Bachelor of Applied Science 
and have some practical experience. 
Awards are to encourage young engi- 
neers to pursue higher studies. 
& 4 of $1,500, 1 of $1,300 



B 1 academic year * 

* 5 

BB Secretary, Committee on Scholarships, 
Department of Mines, Parliament Build- 
ings, Quebec, by 1 July 

(A 166) 

AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE OF 
CANADA, Confederation Building, Ottawa, 
Ontario, Canada 

Agricultural Institute of Canada Schol- 
arships 
tt Biological, physical and social sciences 

related to the field of agriculture 
Unrestricted, subject to approval 
A Available to Canadian nationals; must 
hold degree in agriculture or in another 
subject which will provide a suitable 
background for post-graduate work 
leading to service in the field of agri- 
culture. On completion of scholarship, 
recipient must give service in Canada for 
at least 5 years. 
& $1,000 
TS. 1 academic year 

* 10 

E9 General Secretary, Agricultural Institute 
of Canada, Confederation Building, 
Ottawa, by 20 May 

(A 167) 

THE CANADA FOUNDATION, 728 Otta- 
wa Electric Building, 56 Sparks Street, 
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: Canadian Amateur Hockey 
Association 
CAHA Scholarships 

tt Drama, musical composition, paint- 
ing 
f& Continental Europe, Latin America, 

United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
Jft Available to Canadian nationals; age 
20 to 30; must have had advanced 
training in Canadian school in special- 
ized field of study and give evidence that 
further training abroad will probably 
be worth while. 
& $500 to $2,000 (Total amount for 

awards is $4,000) 
I 1 academic year * 

* Approx. 2 or 3 2 3 

H The Canada Foundation, 728 Ottawa 
Electric Building, 56 Sparks Street, 
Ottawa, by 15 June 

(A 168) 

CANADIAN BAR ASSOCIATION, 88 
Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: The late Viscount Bennett 

Bennett Scholarship 
tt Law 
Unrestricted, usually United Kingdom 

and U.S.A. 
Jl Available to Canadian nationals; must 

be graduate of Canadian law school. 

Awards are to enable recipients to 



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undertake post-graduate studies outside 
Canada. 

4 $2,000 

IS. I academic year * 

* 1 * 

E5 Secretary-Treasurer, Canadian Bar Asso- 
ciation, 88 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, 
by 31 December 

(A 169) 

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, Canada 

University Women's Federation Travel- 
ling Fellowship 
fid Unrestricted 
& Unrestricted 

J& Available to women graduates of 
Canadian universities; age limit 35; 
preference given to candidates who have 
completed at least 1 or 2 years of 
graduate study and have a definite 
course of study or research in view. 
& $1,500 
X 1 academic year 

* 1 * > 

EH Miss Virginia Cameron, Assistant Regi- 
strar, McGill University, Montreal 

(A 170) 

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, Canada 

Professional Scholarship 
II Unrestricted 
< Unrestricted 
JGL Available to women graduates of 

Canadian universities; age limit 35; 

preference given to candidates who 

have completed one or more years at a 

professional school. 
4\ $1,000 

5 1 academic year 

* 1 a 

E9R Miss Virginia Cameron, Assistant 
Registrar, McGill University, Montreal 

(A 171) 

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, Canada 

Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 
<fr Unrestricted 

JE Available to women graduates of 
Canadian universities who are resident 
in Canada; age limit 25; preference 
given to students who have studied in 
only one university and who desire to 
continue their studies in another. 

4 $1,200 

5 1 academic year 

* 1 8 8 

BH Miss Virginia Cameron, Assistant 
Registrar, McGill University, Montreal 



(A 172) 

CANADIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE RE- 
SEARCH COUNCIL, 2313 Carling Avenue, 
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Pre-doctoral Fellowships 
01 Soeial sciences 
Unrestricted 
JH Available to Canadian nationals; must 

have Master's degree or its equivalent; 

award is to enable recipient to complete 

doctoral degrees. 
<l $750 to $1,500 

I 1 year 

* 15 to 20 23 

E8 Canadian Social Science Research 
Council, 2313 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, 
by 31 December 

(A 173) 

DAFOE FOUNDATION, University of 
Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Dafoe Foundation Fellowship 

II Canadian-American relations 

U.S.A. or any other country where 
Canadian-American relations may be 
studied 

JflL Available to Canadian nationals, for 
research into contemporary trade or 
cultural or diplomatic relations between 
Canada and U.S.A.; must have master's 
degree or concrete professional achieve- 
ment. Award is to inform public 
opinion on international affairs and to 
advance international intercourse and 
understanding. 

<5 $2,000 

IS. 1 year 

* 1 a 3 

19 The Secretary, Dafoe Foundation, Uni- 
versity of Manitoba, Winnipeg, by 
1 January 

(A 174) 

DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY, Halifax, 

Nova Scotia, Canada 

Donors; Senator William Dennis and 

Mrs. Dennis, Halifax 

Eric Dennis Foreign Scholarship 

II Government and political science 

Ct Unrestricted 

M Available to the graduate of Dalhousie 
University who obtains the highest 
marks in the Department of Govern- 
ment and Political Science; must 
undertake to study for at least a year 
in the same department of another 
university approved by the Senate 
of Dalhousie. 

$ $250 

IS 1 year 

* 1 as 

ES3 No application required 



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CANA0A Continued 



(A 175) 

HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, Hudson's 
Bay House, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

Hudson's Bay Company Scholarship* 
tt Besearch in distribution and trading, 

personnel administration, labour 

relations, etc. 

Canada, United Kingdom 

4ft Available to nationals of Canada to go 
to tbe United Kingdom and to nationals 
f the I'nited Kingdom to go to 
Canada; age 23 to 29; preference given 
to university graduates. Awards are to 
provide advanced training for business 
executives and to strengthen the links 
between the business communities in 
Canada and the United Kingdom. 

4 $1,800 or 450 plus transportation 

1 year * 

A 4 (2 in Canada, 2 in U.K.) 
Hi Canada: Hudson's Bay Company, Hud- 
ion's Bay House, Winnipeg; United 
Kingdom: Hudson's Bay Company, 
Beaver House, Great Trinity Lane, 
London E.C.4 

(A 176) 

HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL 
OF CANADA, 669 Island Park Drive, 
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Pre-doctoral Fellowships 
M Languages, literature, philosophy, 

history 

<& Unrestricted 
ML Available to Canadian nationals; must 

have M.A. degree or equivalent; award 

is to enable recipient to complete 

doctoral degrees. 
4 $500 to $1,500 
I 1 year or less 
H Approx. 5 * * 

Humanities Research Council of Canada, 
4 669 Island Park Drive, Ottawa, by 

January 

(A 177) 

IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED, 56 Church 
Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Imperial Oil Fellowships 
H Chemistry, physics and /or engineer- 
inn (2); geology (1); economics or 
industrial relations or business ad- 
ministration (1) 

Unrestricted 

JB Available to graduates of approved 
Canadian universities who intend to 
undertake research work leading to a 
doctor's degree in any of the above 
subjects. 

4 SI, 250 p.a. 

B Maximum 3 years 

A 4 * * (see Hi for number in each subject) 

Candidate's own university 



(A 178) 

IMPERIAL ORDER DAUGHTERS OF 

THE EMPIRE, 182 Lowther Avow* 

Toronto 4, Ontario, Canada 

Post-graduate Overseas Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

9 United Kingdom 

Jft Available to Canadian nationals; age 
19 to 26; must be graduate of a Cana- 
dian university and have done, or be 
doing, post-graduate work. 

& $2,000 

X 1 academic year * 

* 9 8 

B8 Mrs. A. R. Jewitt, War Memorial Secre- 
tary (National), National Office, IODE, 
182 Lowther Avenue, Toronto 4, by 
15 October 

(A 179) 

IMPERIAL ORDER DAUGHTERS OF 

THE EMPIRE, 182 Lowther Avenue, 

Toronto 4, Ontario, Canada 

Post-graduate Overseas Scholarships 
(War Memorial II) 

M Post-graduate studies in history, phi- 
losophy, English or French literature 

Q Any university (other than a Canadian 
one) in the British Commonwealth and 
Empire 

& Available to nationals of Canada; age 
19 to 26; must be graduate of a Cana- 
dian university and have done, or be 
doing, post-graduate work. 

$ $2,000 

H 1 academic year l 

fc nil (3 in 1953-54 and subsequent years) 

EH Mrs. A. R. Jewitt, War Memorial Secre- 
tary (National), National Office, IODE, 
182 Lowther Avenue, Toronto 4, by 
15 October 

(A 180) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Donor: (a) Arthur C. Tagge 

(a) Arthur C. Tagge Fellowship 

(b) University Fellowships 

tt Humanities, social sciences 

* Canada: McGill University 

M. Available to national' of nil countries; 
must be university graduates proceeding 
to a higher degree at McGill University. 

<$ (a) $1,000; (b) $400 and $800 

S (a) 1 academic year 
(b) 1 academic year * 

* (a) 1 ; (b) 4 * 

IS Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies 
and Research, McGill University, 
Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 181) 

McGTLL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Donor: American Viscose Corporation 

Sylvania Division 



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American Viscose Corporation Sylvania 
Division Fellowship 

tt Research on esters or ethers ol 
cellulose 

Canada: McGill University 

4ft Available to male British and l r .S. 
nationals; must be university graduates. 

& si. ooo 

B 1 academic year 

* 1 

HI Department of Industrial and Cellulose 
Chemistry, McGill University, Montreal, 
by 1 May 

(A 182) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Donor: Mr. Samuel Bronfman 
Bronfman Fellowships in Commerce and 
Economics 
01 Commerce and economics 

Canada: McGill University 

M Available to nationals of all countries; 
must have graduated in commerce or 
economics from accredited university 
since 1 January 1940; recipient may 
be asked to do a small amount of 
teaching work. 

4 $1,200 

1 academic year l 

* 2 

Bi Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies 
and Research, McGill University, Mont- 
real, by 1 May 

(A 183) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Donor : Canadian Industries Limited 

CIL Fellowships 
tt Chemistry (1 award in industrial and 

cellulose chemistry) 

Canada : McGill University 

Jl Available to British subjects; must be 

university graduates. 
4 $1,200 
fi 1 academic year 1 

* 2 

B Dean of the Faculty of Graduate 
Studies and Research, McGill Univer- 
sity, Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 184) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: Canada Packers Ltd. 
Canada Packers Fellowships 

tt Biochemistry 

Canada: McGill University 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be graduates. Awards are to 
enable recipients to take higher degrees 
in biochemistry at McGill University. 



4 $1,000 

B 1 academic year 1 

* 5" 

B5 Professor J. H. Quastel, Department f 
Biochemistry, McGill University, Mont- 
real, by 1 May 

(A 185) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

J. B. Collip Fellowships 

tt Medicnl research in anatomy, bacte- 
riology, biochemistry, histology, patho- 
logy, pharmacology, physiology 

Canada: McGill University 

Jft Available to nationals of nil countries; 
must have M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in one 
of the subjects of study or have a degree 
in medicine. 

& $1,500 to $2,500 

X 1 academic year 

* 3 88 

Bi Secretary, Faculty of Medicine, McGill 
University, Montreal, by 1 February 

(A 186) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: The D. S. and R. H. Gottesman 

Foundation 

Gottesman Fellowship 

tt Pulp and paper research 

Canada: McGill University 

M. Available to male British and U.S. 
nationals; must be university graduates 
who will register at McGill as candidates 
for higher degrees; recipient carries out 
research in the Pulp and Paper Research 
Institute under the supervision of the 
Department of Chemistry of McGUl 
University, 

& $800 

IS. 1 academic year 

* 1 8 

Ei Chairman of the Department of Che- 
mistry, McGill University, Montreal, 
by 1 May 

(A 187) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: The late Ernest Hibbert 
Harold Hibbert Memorial Fellowship 

tt Chemistry 

Canada: McGill University 

M Available to nationals of all countries; 
must have Ph.D. degree in chemistry. 

<$ $3,000 

H 1 year 

* I 88 

m Dean of the Graduate Faculty, McGill 
University, Montreal, by 2 May 



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CANADA Continued 



(A 188) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donors: Mr. H. J. Fuller and the Cana- 
dian Fairbanks Morse Company 
John McCrae Fellowship 

tt Medicine 

& Canada: McGill University 

J| Available to male nationals of all 
countries; must be graduates of any 
approved medical school who are candi- 
dates for a Diploma in Surgery, Urology, 
Otolaryngology or Radiology at McGill 
University or who are proceeding to a 
McGill University M.Sc. or Ph.D. in 
fields related to the above subjects. 

<i $1,000 

1 1 year 

* l a 

BBI Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, McGill 
University, Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 189) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: The Honorable Alexander Mac- 
kenzie 

Alexander Mackenzie Fellowship in Pol- 
itical Science 

tt Political science 

4$ Canada: McGill University 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be university graduates; recipient 
is required to do some tutorial and 
teaching work. 

6 $600 

3 1 academic year l 

* 1 

H Dean of the Faculty of Graduate 
Studies and Research, McGill Univer- 
sity, Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 190) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

H. W. Molson Fellowship in Cancer Re- 
search 

tt Cancer research 

$ Canada: McGill University 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be graduates of a recognized 
medical school. 

<5 $1,000 p.a. 

X 4 years 

* 1 

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, 
McGill University, Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 191) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Donor: Shell Oil Company 

Shell Oil Fellowship 
tt Chemistry, chemical engineering 

mechanical engineering, geology, 

physics geophysics 



Canada: McGill University 

A Available to male nationals of all 
countries ; must be university gra- 
duates proceeding towards a Master's 
degree or Ph.D. at McGill University. 

S $900 plus fees and maximum of $250 
for research expenses 

X 1 academic year 

Ml 28 

m Dean of the Faculty of Graduate 
Studies and Research, McGill University, 
Montreal, by 1 May 

(A 192) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

J. II. B. Allan Fellowship 

tt Research in any branch of medicine or 
medical science 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to graduates of the Faculty of 
Medicine of McGill University of not 
more than 5 years' standing to enable 
them to carry out research work in any 
approved laboratory, museum or hos- 
pital. 

6 $300 

12 1 academic year 

i 2 3 

RS Secretary, Faculty of Medicine, McGill 
University, Montreal, by 1 July 

(A 193) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: The late Mr. Guy M. Drummond 
Guy Drummond Scholarship 

III Political science and economics 

& Canada and France 

.81 Available to graduates in the Depart- 
ment of Economics and Political Science 
of McGill University; award is to enable 
recipient to undertake a year of study 
in Paris at the Institut d'Etudes Poli- 
tiques, the Sorbonne or the Institut 
d' Economic Appliquee, and a further 
year at McGill University studying for 
the M.A. degree. 

& $2,600 

21 2 academic years 

* 1 a 

Bi No application required 

(A 194) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: The late Sir William Macdonald 
Macdonald Travelling Scholarship 

tt Law 

< France 

Jft Available to English-speaking students 
of the graduating class in law of McGill 
University who have obtained first or 
second class honours in the final exami- 
nations and who need financial assis- 
tance to spend a year in France; must 



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have speaking and writing knowledge 

of French. 
& $1,200 
E 1 academic year 

* 1 2 3 

m The Dean, Faculty of Law, McGEl 
University, Montreal, by 1 April 

(A 195) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Macdonald College Alumni Association 
Graduate Scholarship 

tt Agriculture 

f# Unrestricted 

J Available to graduates in agriculture of 
Macdonald College, McGill University, 
to take graduate work in agriculture 
at any recognized college or university. 

6 S200 

K 1 academic year 

* 1 2 8 

ES Secretary, Macdonald Branch, McGill 
Graduates Society, Macdonald College, 
Quebec, by 1 October 

(A 196) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: McGill Chapter of the Delta 
Upsilon Fraternity 

McGiD Delta Upsilon Memorial Scholar- 
ship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M, Available to graduates of McGil) Uni- 
versity who need financial assistance 
for further study. 

A $1,500 

K 1 academic year 

* 1 a 8 

El Registrar, McGill University, Mont- 
real, by 1 April 

(A 197) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donors: Hon. John Stewart McLennan, 
Dr. Francis and Miss Isabella McLennan 
Hugh McLennan Memorial Scholarship 

M Architecture 

@ Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates in architecture 
of McGill University who have outstand- 
ing ability. 

<5 $1,000 

X 1 academic year 

* 1 a 8 

Bi No application required 

(A 198) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 



Donor: The late Rt. Hon. Lord Atholstan 
Moyse Travelling Scholarships 
tt Literary and .scientific subjects 

* Preferably British or European countries 
A Available to graduates of McGill Uni- 
versity proceeding to advanced study 
in literary or scientific subjects. 

& $1,500 

I 1 academic year 

* 2 2 3 

Si The Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science, 
McGill University, Montreal, by 1 April 

(A 199) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: Mrs. Frank Oliver of Edmonton 
Allen Oliver Fellowship 

tt Economics and political science 

Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of McGill Uni- 
versity; award is made , annually to 
the student who stands highest in first 
class honours in the Department of 
Economics and Political Science at the 
final B.A. examinations. 

S $750 

21 1 academic year 

* I 2 3 

5 No application required 

(A 200) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada 

Exchange Fellowships 
tt Ajjronomy 

* Canada: McGill University 

A Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Chile in exchange for similar 
award given by Chile to McGill gra- 
duates. 

Covers maintenance and tuition 

I 1 year 

* 1 * 

Si Faculty of Agronomy, University of 
Chile, Santiago 

(A 201) 

McGILL UNIVERSITY, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donors: McGill University and Glasgow 

University 

McGill-Glasgow Exchange Fellowship 

tt Courses offered in the Faculty of Gra- 
duate Studies and Research of McGill 
University 

Canada: McGill University 

A Available to graduates of Glasgow 
University who wish to take post- 
graduate work at McGill University. 

6 Transportation, maintenance, tuition 
and allowance of $200 

E 1 academic year 



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CANADA Continued 



* 1 

* The Clerk of Senate, Glasgow Univer- 
sity, by 30 April 

(A 202) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Canada 

University Travelling Fellowships 
I Unrestricted 

* Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of University of 
Manitoba with ability to profit from 
post-graduate study. 

4 $400 

8 1 academic or 1 calendar year 

* 2 

Bi The Registrar, University of Manitoba, 
Winnipeg, by 1 May 

(A 203) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Canada 

Donor: University Women's Club of 

Winnipeg 

University Women's Club of Winnipeg 

Scholarship 
Ml Art* or sciences 

9 Unrestricted 

A Available to outstanding women grad- 
uates 01 University of Manitoba. 
4 $150 
fi 1 year 

* 1 ' 

The Registrar, University of Manitoba, 
Winnipeg, by 1 May 

(A 204) 

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada 

Senior Jubilee University Scholarship 
tt l T iirctricted 
United Kingdom or other country in 

British Common wealth 
A Awarded to the graduate of Memorial 

University College with the highest 

academic standing; age over 18. 

1 $500 p.a. 

& 2 academic years 

* i ' 

B8 No application required 

(A 204b) 

MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY, Sack- 
ville, New Brunswick, Canada 

Lord Beaverbrook Overseas Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: University of London 
A Available to nationals of Canada who 

hold a degree from Mount Allison 
University. 

< Transportation, maintenance, tuition 
fees, books, etc., vacation travel within 
U.K. 

1 I year * 

* 5" 

Secretary, Selection Committee, Lord 



Beaverbrook Overseas Scholarships 
Committee, Mount Allison University, 
Sackville, New Brunswick, by 3! March 

(A 205) 

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE OF 
CANADA, 800 Bay Street, Toronto, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

National Cancer Institute of Canada 
Fellowships 

tt Fundamental research in cancer or clini- 
cal and allied subjects related to cancer 
Canada 

A Available to nationals of the United 
Kimjdom who are qualified to under- 
take cancer research. 
& $4,000 
SI 1 year 

* 2 * 8 

Qi British Empire Cancer Campaign, 11 
Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park Corner, 
London S.W.I 

(A 206) 
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL 

FITNESS, Jackson Building, Ottawa, 

Ontario, Canada 

Post-graduate Scholarships 

ffil Physical education and recreation 

Countries other than Canada 

A Available to Canadian nationals; must 
have degree from a recognized university 
and have a minimum of 3 years' full 
time experience in the field of study, at 
least 1 year of which followed gradua- 
tion. Recipient must return to Canada 
and work in the field of study for at 
least 2 years after period abroad. 

& $500 to $1,200 

Q 1 year or 1 semester 

fc Unspecified 2 8 

BS Executive Secretary, National Conncil 
on Physical Fitness, Jackson Building, 
Ottawa, by 31 December 

(A 207) 

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

COMMITTEE, National Gallery of Canada, 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

National Gallery of Canada Scholarships 

Oft Industrial dcsifjii 

United Kingdom or U.S.A. 

A Available to Canadian citizens; age 
limit 30 except in the case of war 
veterans; must be graduate of a school of 
architecture, engineering or industrial 
design and give evidence of capacity to 
continue the study of industrial design 
with a view to aiding its advance or 
its application in 'Canada. 

<5 $1,500 p.a. 

IS 2 academic years 

* 5" 

Bi Secretary, National Industrial Design 
Committee, National Gallery of Canada, 
Ottawa, by 1 June 



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(A 208) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 

CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 

Canada 

National Research Laboratories Fellow- 
ships 

tt ChemiHtry, physics 

& Canada 

A Available to nationals of all countries 
for research in laboratories of National 
Research Council of Canada ; age prefer- 
ably under 35; must have doctor's 
degree in science (or equivalent) and 
be of proven research ability. 

A $3,500 for married fellows or $3,000 for 
single fellows, plus transportation 

B 1 year l 

* 35 

63 Awards Officer, National Research 
Council, Sussex Street, Ottawa, or 
Canadian (NRC) Scientific Liaison 
Office, Africa House, Kingsway, Lon- 
don W.C.2, by 15 February 

(A 209) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 

CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 

Canada 

NRC Special Scholarships 

III Pure vr applied science 

Unrestricted 

A Available to British subjects resident in 
Canada; age limit 20 except in cas of 
war veterans; must have university 
degree and have evidenced capacity for 
original research; must agree to return 
to Canada after scholarship year. Award 
is for the continuation of training for 
which suitable facilities are not available 
in Canada. 

<$ $750 to $1,000 plus transportation 

B 1 academic year l 

* Approx. 10 a 8 

GB Awards Office, National Research 
Council, Sussex Street, Ottawa, by 1 
February 

(A 210) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 
CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada 

(a) Ramsay Memorial Fellowship; (b) 
NRC Post-doctorate Overseas Fellow- 
ships 

tt (a) Chemistry 

(b) Pure or applied sciences 

* Unrestricted 

A Available to British subjects resident in 
Canada; age limit 35; must have Ph. D. 
degree or equivalent and have high 
order of ability in scientific research; 
must state in application whether 



intention is to return to Canada on 

completion of fellowship. 
*$ $2,500 plus transportation 
B 1 year 

* (a) 1 * ; (b) 7 * 

Hi Awards Office, National Research 
Council, Sussex Street, Ottawa, ky 
1 February 

(A 211) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 
CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada 

NRC Graduate Medical Research Fellow- 
ships 
W Research in medical sciences 

* Normally held in Canada but may be 
held elsewhere if particular training is 
not available in Canada 

A Available to Canadians resident in 
Canada; age limit 30; must have degre 
in medicine and have evidenced capa- 
city for medical research. 

4$ $1,500 to $2,500 plus transportation 

SI 1 year l 

A Approx. 35 8 

09 Awards Office, National Research Coun- 
cil, Sussex Street, Ottawa, by 15 Oclobsr 
and 1 February 

(A 212) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 
CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada 

1NRC Senior Medical Research Fellow- 
ships 

KB Research in medical sciences 
& Normally held in Canada but may be 
held elsewhere if particular training is 
not available in Canada 

A Available to Canadians resident in 
Canada; age preferably under 35; must 
be graduates of an approved medical 
school with several year's post-grad- 
uate training, demonstrated capacity 
for independent investigation and for 
supervising the research of other invest- 
igators. 

& $3,000 to $5,000 plus transportation 
fi 1 year * 

* 5 8 

Hi Awards Office, National Research Coun- 
cil, Sussex Street, Ottawa, by 15 October 
and 1 February 

(A 213) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF 
CANADA, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada 

Donor: Merck & Co. Inc. 

Merck Post-doctoral Fellowships 
M Chemistry and hiology, including the 

pre-medical sciences 



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CANADA Continued 



* Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Canada; age 
preferably under 35; must have Ph.D. 
degree or equivalent with unusual talent 
for experimental research. Awards are 
to give special training and experience 
to young men and women who have 
demonstrated marked ability in research 
in chemical and biological science and 
who wish to broaden their fields of 
investigational activity. 

4 $2,500 to $5,000 plus transportation, 
$500 is given to the institute to which 
the fellow is assigned 

O 1 year 1 

* 4 a 3 

Merck Fellowship Board, National Re- 
search Council, Sussex Street, Ottawa, 
by 1 February 

(A 214) 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 

Fredcri^ton, New Brunswick, Canada 

Donor: The Rt. Hon. Lord Beaverbrook 
Beaverbrook Overseas Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

JR Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of New Brunswick for post-graduate 
study at the University of London and 
travel in the United Kingdom. 

Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc. 

K 1 year L 

* 10 2 

H J. C. Murray, Esq., Secretary, Beaver- 
brook Overseas Scholarships, Univer- 
sity of New Brunswick, Fredericton 

(A 215) 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, 

University of Toronto, 371 Bloor Street 

West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: The late Mr. William Pakenhani 
William Pakenhani Fellowship in Edu- 
cation 

tt Education 

$ Unrestricted 

M. Available to Canadian nationals resi- 
dent in the Province of Ontario; must 
have bachelor's degree, professional train- 
ing as a teacher and have done some 
graduate work in education. 

& Minimum $1,500 

5 1 year l 

* 1 a 

IS Secretary, Ontario College of Education, 
371 Bloor Street West, Toronto, by 
1 June 

(A 216) 

PILKINGTON GLASS LIMITED, 165 
Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada 

Pilkington Glass Limited Travelling 

Scholarship 



tt Architecture 

& At least 6 months to be spent in United 
Kingdom; unrestricted for rest of time 

Jft Available to graduates from a 5-year 
course in architecture at any Canadian 
school of architecture. 

6 $1,500 plus travel allowance 

ffi 1 academic year 

* I 23 

9 Candidate's own school of architecture, 
or Pilkington Glass Limited, 165 Bloor 
Street East, Toronto 

(A 217) 

PRINCESS ALICE FOUNDATION FOR 

THE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT 

OF YOUTH LEADERS, c/o Mrs. E. D. 

Hardy, C.B.E., 198 Second Avenue, Ottawa, 

Ontario, Canada 

Princess Alice Scholarships 

tt Youth leadership 

1$ Unrestricted 

JO. Available to women nationals of Cana- 
da; age preferably under 35; must have 
bachelor's degree and have at least 
1 year's professional experience after 
graduation; must have given some 
sustained voluntary community service. 
Recipients must return to Canada and 
serve for at least 2 years in a profes- 
sional capacity approved by the Found- 
ation. Awards are to train Canadian 
women as outstanding leaders for youth. 

A Minimum $1,200 

I 1 academic year 

* 2 23 

BJ Mrs. E. D. Hardy, C.B.E., Secretary, 
Princess Alice Foundation, 198 Second 
Avenue, Ottawa 

(A 218) 

QUEBEC ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Quebec, 

Canada 

Donor: Government of the Province 
of Quebec 
Prix d'Europe 

tt Musical studies as determined by 
Quebec Academy of Music 

Europe 

Jt' Available to Canadian nationals who 
have been resident in the Province of 
Quebec for not less than 3 years; age 
limit 25; must have knowledge of 
English and French; must have grad- 
uated cum laude from Quebec Academy 
of Music. 

& $2,700 

ffi 2 years 

* 1 8 

Ei Quebec Academy of Music, Quebec 

(A 219) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

Arts Research Travelling Fellowship 
tt Arts 



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Unrestricted 

M. Available to graduates of Queen's 

University who hold B.A. honours or 

Master's degree. 
& $500 

5 1 year 

* 1 a 

Bi Registrar, Queen's University, Kingston, 
by 1 April 

(A 220) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

George Christian Hoffman Fellowships 
tt (a) Pathological research 

(b) Research in surgery 

6 Europe, U.S.A. 

Jft Available to graduates of Queen's 
University; must hold degrees of Doc- 
tor of Medicine and Master of Surgery 
and have completed some approved 
research work. 

<$ (a) $800; (b) $600 

S 1 year * 

* (a) 1 '; (b) 1 * 

Hi Registrar, Queen's University, Kingston, 
by 1 March 

(A 221) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, On- 
tario, Canada 

Donor: R. Samuel McLaughlin Founda- 
tion R. Samuel McLaughlin Travelling 
Fellowship 
Hi Unrestricted 
4ft Unrestricted 

J| Available to graduates of the Faculties 
of Arts or Applied Science of Queen's 
University who hold the Master's 
degree. 
^ $1,500 
M 1 academic year 

* I 23 

Registrar, Queen's University, King- 
ston, by 3! March 

(A 222) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

Reuben Wells Leonard Travelling Schol- 
arship 
tt Unrestricted 

* Any country in the British Common- 
wealth 

M Available to graduates of Queen's 
University who hold B.A. honours 
degree. 

$245 

X 1 academic year 

* 1 2 

Registrar, Queen's University, Kingston, 
bv 1 March 



(A 223) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

Donor: Queen's University Alumnae 
Association 

Marty Memorial Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to female candidates who are 
graduates of Queen's University and 
who hold a Master's degree from 
Queen's University or elsewhere. 

& Approx. $1,200 

K 1 year l 

* 1 2 3 

Registrar, Queen's University, Kingston, 
by 31 December 

(A 224) 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Onta- 
rio, Canada 

Donors: Queen's University and St. 

Andrews University 

St. Andrews Exchange Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

# Canada: Queen's University 

M Available to students of St. Andrews 
University, Scotland, in exchange for 
similar award offered by St. Andrews 
to Queen's University student. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition plus 
50 towards travelling expenses 

1 academic year 

* l ' ' 

EH Registrar, St. Andrews University, St. 

Andrews, by 15 March 

(A 225) 

ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA, National 
Research Building, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada 

Royal Society Research Scholarships 

(a) Post-doctoral Scholarships 

(b) Pre-doctoral Scholarships 

tt Literature, history, anthropology, 
sociology, political economy or an 
allied subject; mathematical, physi- 
cal, or chemical sciences; geological 
sciences; biological sciences 

4$> Unrestricted 

M Available to Canadian nationals who 
have graduated or taken training in a 
Canadian institution; age preferably 
under 35; except for first group of 
subjects above, candidates are generally 
required to have Ph.D. or its equivalent; 
must have definite research project in 
view. 

& (a) $2,500; (b) $1,500 

B 9 to 12 months 1 

* Unspecified 2 8 [For 1952-53, 2 of (a) and 
1 of (b)] 

Bi The Secretary, Royal Society of Canada, 



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CANADA Continued 



National Research Building, Ottawa, 
by 1 February 

(A 226) 

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Donor: Canadian Industries Limited 
Canadian Industries Limited Fellowship 
tt Chemistry 

Canada: University of Saskatchewan 
Jft Available to British nationals; must 
have master's degree in chemistry. 

4 $1,000 

X 1 academic year 1 
A I 33 

5 Chemistry Department, University of 
Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, by 1 Feb- 
ruary 

(A 227) 

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Saskatchewan Agricaltural Research 

Foundation Fellowship 
At Agricultural science or related field 

Unrestricted 

Jl. Available to candidates who have at 
leaht a bachelor's degree in agriculture 
from University of Saskatchewan. 

$750 

E 2 academic years * 

H 2 2 3 

Hi Dean, College of Agriculture, University 
of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, by 1 May 

(A 228) 

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Donor: George B. Sanderson 
Benjamin J. Sanderson Fellowship 
SB Sofis)! si'ieiu'rss : economics, history, 
philosophy, political science, psychology 

I'liited Kingdom: London School of 
Economics 

M Available to male graduates of the 
t^iuversitv of Saskatchewan in social 
science*! and to men in the final year 
of such a course; age limit 30. Award 
i* intended to encourage social science 
study for the benefit of Western Canada. 

..4 si, 60u 

S 1 year . 

A 1 every 2 years t 

B Secretary, Committee on Scholarships 
and Awards, University of Saskat- 
chewan. Satkatoors, by J February in 
ytar nj award 

(A 229) 

SW1SS-CANADIAIN STUDENT EX- 
CHANGE 

Reciprocal Pxchaiige Scholarships 
lUt t 'itrrstrifU'd 

Canada 

8L Available to feu is> httid<-iits> in exchange 
for similar s-i;holorsaip offered to 



Canadian students by Swiss universities 
and institutes of higher learning. Th 
scholarships are reciprocal exchanges 
between the universities or colleges 
concerned. 

<& Covers tuition and maintenance 

H 1 year 

A Unspecified 2 s 

S Student Exchange Committee, Swiss 
School Board, Swiss Federal Institute 
of Technology, Zurich 



(A 230) 
3, Q* 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Queen's 

Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: The late Miss Marion Dickensen 
Marion Dickensen Scholarship 

tt Household scicoee 

U.S.A.: Teachers College, Columbia 
University 

<H Available to candidates who have grad- 
uated with first class honours in house- 
hold economics at the Faculty of Art% 
University of Toronto. 

S Unspecified 

M Unspecified 

A 1 every 2 years a 

B Registrar, University of Toronto* 
Queen's Park, Toronto 

(A 231) 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOL 
OF GRADUATE STUDIES, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada 

Donor: (a) Sir Joseph Flavelle, Bart 

LL.D. 

(a) Sir Joseph Flavelle Fellowship 

(b) Wallberg Research Fellowship 

tt (a) Unrestricted ; (b) Engineering 

Canada: University of Toronto 

M Available to nationals of all countries % 
must have bachelor's degree; in the 
session next following the award holder 
will be required to enrol in the School 
of Graduate Studies, University of 
Toronto, as candidate for a graduate 
degree. 

S (a) Approx. $750; (b) Approx. $1,509 

S 1 academic year 

A Unspecified 2 8 

S Secretary, School of Graduate Studies, 
University of Toronto, Toronto, by 
1 March 

(A 232) 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOL 
OF GRADUATE STUDIES, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada 

Donor: Canadian Industries Limited 

GIL Fellowship 
H Chemistry, chemical engineering, ap 

plied chemistry, biochemistry, chemical 

physics 

Canada: University of Toronto 
J& Available to British nationals ; must 



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CANADA Continued 



have bachelor's degree of approved 

institution. 
Approx. $1,200 
E Unspecified 
jfc Unspecified 8 8 
6S Secretary, School of Graduate Studies, 

University of Toronto, Toronto, by 

1 March 

(A 233) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Margaret E. T. Addison Graduate Scho- 
larship 
Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Canadian national?; must 
be women graduates of Victoria College. 

A $1,000 

E 1 academic year 

fc 1 every 2 years 8 

US Dean of Women, Victoria College, 
Queen's Park, Toronto, by 31 May 

(A 234) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Donor: A. J. Mitchell 
The Post-graduate Fellowship 
M Theology 

Unrestricted 

Jti Available to Canadian nationals who 
have studied at Emmanuel College 
for at least 2 years, for study in approved 
school of divinity ; awarded at discretion 
of University Senate. 

& $1,200 

E 1 academic year 

* 1 3 

fli No application required 

(A 235) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Donor: Ethel May Barber 
Ethel Treble and E. Lovis Barber Travel- 
ling Scholarship 

M Psychology and/or philosophy 

C* Unrestricted 

M Available to Canadian nationals; must 
be graduates of Victoria College in 
philosophy and/or psychology. 

<S Income from $30,000 

E 1 academic year 

* 1 2 3 

No application required 

(A 236) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: James A. MacDonald 
James A. MacDonald Fellowship 
M Theology 



* Canada: Emmanuel College, Victoria 
University 

JH Available to nationals of China, India, 
Japan and Korea, for special training 
or post-graduate work; awarded at 
discretion of University Senate. 

4$ $200 to $250 

E 1 academic year l 

* 1 a 

Bi Registrar, Victoria University, Queen's 
Park, Toronto 

(A 237) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: Student Christian Association 

of Victoria University, Emmanuel 

College Students' Association 

The Oriental Scholarship 
M Theology 
9 Canada: Emmanuel College, Victoria 

University 
Jft Available to nationals of China, India, 

Japan and Korea ; awarded at discre* 

tion of University Senate. 
S $100 
E 1 academic year l 

* ! s a 

Bi Registrar, Victoria University, Queen'i 
Park, Toronto 

(A 238) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Queen's Park, 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: Congregation of Bloor St. United 
Church, Toronto 

George C. Pidgeon Post-graduate Scho- 
larship 

tt Preaching and pastoral care 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Canadian nationals; must 
be graduates of Emmanuel College, 
Victoria University, Toronto. 

<5 Variable; at present $350 

fi 1 academic year 

* 1 

Bi No application required 

(A 239) 

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTA- 
RIO, London, Ontario, Canada 

Donor: Canadian Industries Limited 
Canadian Industries Limited Graduate 
Fellowship 
tt Scientific research 

* Canada: University of Western Ontario 
Jl Available to Ifrilish subjects; must 

have B.Sc. or M.Sr. degree in chemistry 
from a recognised university and must 
be at least of firs-t class honours land- 
ing; must have reading knowledge of 
French and German. 



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A $750 

B Usually 1 year l 

* 10 a s 

Dean of the Faculty of Graduate 
Studies, University of Western Ontario, 
London, Ontario 

(A 240) 
UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO, 

London, Ontario, Canada 

p** Fellowship 

It Arts, economics, medicine, science 

& Canada: University of Western Ontario 

M. Available to post-graduate students of 
the University of London, England; 
recipient will be expected to assist in 
demonstrating in classes appropriate to 
his subject of study, up to a maximum 
of 6 hours per week. 

S $2,000 

K 1 year * 

* I 83 

Hi Academic Registrar, University of 



London, Senate House, London W.C.I, 
England, by 1 March 

(A 241) 

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO, 
London, Ontario, Canada 

Student Christian Movement Graduate 

Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 

Canada: University of Western Ontario 
M Available to nationals of all countries ; 

must be graduate students who have had 
undergraduate membership in the Stu- 
dent Christian Movement and who are 
prepared to undertake leadership duties 
in the Movement within the University 
of Western Ontario. 

< $900 p.a. 

IS 2 years 

* 1 

H University of Western Ontario, London, 
Ontario 



CEYLON 



(A 242) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Ministry 
of Education, Colombo, Ceylon 

Government University Scholarships 
tt Arts, science, mathematics, Oriental 

I amp "HI < k * 

United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Ceylon; age 
under 23; must be honours graduates 
of Ceylon University. 

& Salary or 420 if in collegiate residence 
at Oxford or Cambridge, 385 if in 
non-collegiate residence at Oxford or 
Cambridge or if in London, or 360 at 
any other university; plus transporta- 
tion, tuition fees, Rs. 1,000 for books, 
Rs. 1,000 for outfit allowance and 50 
medical allowance 

2 years x 

ft 4 * s (1 in each of subjects listed) 

Applications are made on the entry 
form for the examination for the final 
degree at Ceylon University 

(A 243) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Ministry 

of Education, Colombo, Ceylon 
Research in Education 

U Education 

United Kingdom 

Jl Available to nationals of Ceylon? 
age under 40 ; must be honours graduates 
with diplomas in teaching and must 
have at least 5 years' teaching experi- 
ence. On return to Ceylon recipient 



must serve the Education Department 
for at least 5 years as required by the 
Director of Education. 

& Salary or 420 if in collegiate residence 
at Oxford or Cambridge, 385 if in 
non-collegiate residence at Oxford or 
Cambridge or 300 at any other 
university; plus transportation, tuition 
fees, Rs. 1,000 for books, Rs.950 for 
outfit allowance and 50 medical 
allowance 

3 1 year * 

* 2 2 

El The Director of Education, Branch 
M, Colombo 1, by date given in the 
Ceylon Government Gazette 

(A 244) 
GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Ministry 

of Education, Colombo, Ceylon 
Scholarships in Western Music 

tt Western music 

<d United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of Ceylon ; 
age under 35; must be educated to 
matriculation standard; on completion 
of training recipient must undertake 
work furthering education in Western 
music for a period of at least 5 years. 

& 300 p.a. plus temporary allowance 
of 60 p.a., transportation, tuition 
fees, medical allowance of 50 

S 2 years 

ft 1 2 8 

9 The Director of Education, Branch M, 



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Colombo 1, by date given in the Ceylon 
Government Gazette 

(A 245) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Ministry 

of Education, Colombo, Ceylon 

Scholarships for Training in Physical 
Education 

tt Physical education 

United Kingdom: Loughborough 
College of Physical Education 

A Available to nationals of Ceylon ; 
age under 30; must be educated to 
London Matriculation or equivalent 
standard. Recipient trains for a Diploma 
of Loughborough College of Physical 
Education and on completion of train- 
ing must undertake work furthering 
education in physical training for a 
period of at least 5 years. 

$ 240 p. a. plus temporary allowance of 
60 p. a., transportation, tuition fees, 
up to Rs.1,000 for books, Rs.950 outfit 
allowance, 50 medical allowance 

ffi 12 months * 

* 2 

Bi The Director of Education, Branch M, 
Colombo 1, by date given in the Ceylon 
Government Gazette 

(A 246) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Ministry 
of Health, Department of Medical and 
Sanitary Services, Secretariat, Colombo, 
Ceylon 

Grants 
tt Post-graduate training in medical 

subjects 

fc United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of Ceylon who 
are registered medical practitioners em- 
ployed by the Government; reci- 
pients must return to the Government 
service. 
& Salary plus transportation, tuition fees 

and separation allowance 
E 1 to 4 years l 

* 27 2 

fli Ministry of Health, Department of 
Medical and Sanitary Services, Secre- 
tariat, Colombo 

(A 247) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: General 

Treasury, Colombo, Ceylon 
Scholarships 

It Accountancy 

United Kingdom 

A Available to male nationals of Ceylon ; 
age under 25 for non-Government 
servants; candidates who are Govern- 
ment servants should be graduates of a 
recognized university or have passed 
recognized examinations in account- 



ancy; other applicants should be gra- 
duates of a recognized university; on 
return to Ceylon recipient must serva 
the Government for at least 7 years 
either as a lecturer in Ceylon Technical 
College or in the Government Account- 
ants' Service. 

& 385 p. a. or, for Government servants, 
salary; plus transportation, tuition fees, 
books, outfit allowance, etc. 

I 3 years * 

* 2 23 

Hi Deputy Secretary to the Treasury, 
General Treasury, Colombo 

(A 248) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Depart- 

meiit of Agriculture, Peradeniya, Ceylon 
Post-graduate Training in Veterinary 
Science 

It Veterinary science 

India 

A Available to male nationals of Ceylon 
who are assistant veterinary surgeons in 
the Department of Agriculture; reci- 
pients have to serve the Government for 
specified times according to the cost of 
their training. 

^ Salary plus transportation, maintenance 
allowance, tuition fees, books, etc. 

K 6 months 

* 2 23 

Bi Director of Agriculture, Peradeniya 

(A 249) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Depart- 
ment of Archaeology, Edinburgh Crescent, 
Colombo 7, Ceylon 

Scholarship in Archaeology 
tt Archaeology 
% Ceylon 

A Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be graduates qualified to under- 
take archaeological research and have 
knowledge of English and Oriental 
languages (Pali and Sanskrit). 
5 Rs.3,600 plus Rs. 1,500 for transporta- 
tion, Rs.500 living allowance, Rs.500 
for books, etc. and Rs.700 medical 
allowance 
3 Unspecified 

* 1 

Pi Ministry of Education, Colombo 

(A 251) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Secretariat Premises, 
Colombo, Ceylon 

Scholarship in Commerce 
tt Commerce 
<& United Kingdom 
A Available to male nationals of Ceylon ; 

age 25 to 35; must have degree in com- 



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CEYLON Continued 



merce or economics and should be in 
business, or have intention of becoming 
so engaged, or have been engaged in a 
government commercial establishment; 
recipient must undertake on return to 
engage in work connected with the 
furtherance of commerce in a commercial 
institution approved by the Director 
of Commerce or in any other work 
PO approved. Awards are to enable 
Ceylonese to acquire knowledge in 
practical business methods and admi- 
nistration and thus qualify for executive 
positions in commercial establishments. 

360 plus transportation, tuition fees, 
books, outfit allowance, etc. 

M 1 year 1 

2 2 8 

B9 Department of Commerce, Secretariat 
Premises, Colombo 1 

(A 253) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Govern- 
ment Press, Colombo, Ceylon 

Scholarships in Printing and Kindred 

Trades 
M Printing and kindred trades 

United Kingdom 

JH Available to male nationals of Ceylon ; 
age over 22; must be educated at least 
to matriculation standard and have had 
a course of printing of over 1 year at 
the Government Press, Ceylon; on 
return to Ceylon recipient must serve 
the Ceylon Government Press for 5 years. 

4& Salary plus transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, outfit allowance, books, etc. 

K 2 academic years 1 

H I 8 

The Director of Education, Colombo 

(A 254) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Irrigation 
Department, Secretariat, Colombo, Ceylon 

(a) Scholarship for Training in Mecha- 
nical Engineering 

(b) Scholarship for Training in Irrigation, 
Construction and Maintenance 

tt (a) Mechanical engineering with 
special reference to earth moving 
machinery 

(b) Irrigation construction and main- 
tenance, issue and control of water 

(a) United Kingdom; (b) India 

M Available to engineers in the Ceylon 

Irrigation Department; age 25 to 40; 

on return recipients must serve the 

Department for 5 years. 
A (a) Rs.8,700 p.a., (b) Rs. 3,500; plus 

transportation, tuition fees 

(a) 12 months x ; (b) 6 months 

(a) 1 ; (b) 2 

Irrigation Department, Secretariat, 
Colombo 



(A 256) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Local 

Government Department, P.O. Box 500, 

Colombo, Ceylon 

Scholarships for Administrative Officers 

tt Local government, social welfare, 
puMic administration 

LTnited Kingdom and other Western 
European countries 

Jft Available to male nationals of Ceylon 
who are officers of administrative 
grade in the Local Government Depart- 
ment, generally university graduates; 
on return to Ceylon recipient must 
serve the Government for 5 years. 

& 350 p.a. plus transportation, tuition 
fees, books, etc., and separation 
allowance of Rs.125 per month if 
married 

E Approx. 1 year r 

* 2 8 8 

19 Commissioner of Local Government, 
P.O. Box 500, Colombo 

(A 257) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Police 
Department, Police Headquarters, Fort, 
Colombo, Ceylon 

Fellowship for Study in the Prevention 

of Crime 
0ft Police work in the prevention and 

detection of crime 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of Ceylon who 
are employed by the Police Department, 

& $1,200 plus S35 per month for travel, 
and $50 for books 

O 6 months 

* 1 * 

EH Police Headquarters, Fort, Colombo 

(A 259) 

GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON: Valuation 
Department, P.O. Box 561, Colombo 3, 
Ceylon 

Scholarship in Valuation 

Valuation 

United Kingdom: College of Estate 
Management, London 

M. Available to male nationals of Ceylon; 
age over 25 ; must be university graduate 
or an officer of the Valuation Depart- 
ment with considerable experience and 
must have passed an examination in 
higher mathematics; must have know- 
ledge of English, Sinhalese and Tamil; 
on return recipient must serve th 
Government for a specified period. 

4 Approx. 385 p.a. plus transportation, 
maintenance allowance, tuition fees, 
outfit allowance, books, etc. 

K 2 years l 

* 2 

Valuation Department, P.O. Box 561, 
Colombo 



CEYLON Continue** 



(A 260) 

CEYLON TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Mara- 

dana, Colombo 10, Ceylon 

Post-graduate Engineering Scholarships 

tt Engineering 

India, Pakistan, United Kingdom or 
other countries as approved 

M, Available to nationals of Ceylon ; 
age limit 24; must have obtained B.Sc. 
(Eng.) degree of London University 
and have been full-time student at 
Ceylon Technical College for at least 
2 years; some practical work in engineer- 
ing is desirable; within 2 years of 
termination of scholarship recipient 
must return to Ceylon and engage 
in engineering work approved by the 
Scholarship Board for at least 5 years. 
Awards are to enable engineering 
graduates to acquire a wider practical 
experience with a view primarily to 
the Associate Membership of the Insti- 
tutions of Civil, Mechanical or Electrical 
Engineers and, if possible, to undertake 
some academic research in this connex- 
ion. 

& Max. 325 p. a. in U.K. (if recipient re- 
ceives apprentice pay, the Ceylon Gov- 
ernment brings this amount up to 325) 
or Rs.2,400 in India ; plus transportation, 
outfit allowance of Rs.1,000 for U.K. or 
Rs.300 for India, tuition fees, medical 
expenses up to 50. Premia of up to 
300 will be paid to firms of chartered 
engineers to which scholars are appren- 
ticed 

K 2 years * 

< 6 2 

The Director, Ceylon Technical College, 
Maradana, Colombo 10 

(A 261) 

CEYLON TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Mara- 
dana, Colombo 10, Ceylon 

Scholarships to Officers of the Ceylon 

Technical College 
As approved by the College 

United Kingdom or other countries 
as approved 

M Available to instructors and lecturers 
at Ceylon Technical College; must 
be graduates or undergraduates of 
Ceylon or U.K. universities; on return 
to Ceylon recipient must serve in his 
former post, or any other Government 
employment approved by the Director 
of Ceylon Technical College, for at 
least 5 years. Award is to give the 



recipient an opportunity for special 
study or experience calculated to 
increase his efficiency in his own work 
or work selected for him. 

<$ Salary plus transportation, outfit allow- 
ance of Rfr. 1,000, 30 for tuition fees, 
medical allowance of 30. If recipient 
is married and wife and/or children 
are resident in Ceylon, separation 
allowance of Rs. 1,500 is paid. If reci- 
pient's salary is less than 300, supple- 
mentary amount is paid to bring salary 
up to 300 

1 year * 

fl 1 every 2 years 

Bi The Director, Ceylon Technical College, 
Maradana, Colombo 10 

(A 262) 

CEYLON TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Mara- 
dana, Colombo 10, Ceylon 

Tuition Scholarships 
M Technical subjects 

Ceylon: Ceylon Technical College 

M. Available to graduates from Indian 
and Pakistan universities to enrol in 
the Diploma and Degree Course at 
Ceylon Technical College. 

*S Covers tuition 

S 4 years 

A 3 every 4 years 

H The Director, Ceylon Technical College, 
Maradana, Colombo 10 

(A 263) 

REGISTRAR OF CO-OPERATIVE SO- 
CIETIES (CEYLON), P.O. Box 419, 
Colombo, Ceylon 

Fellowship 
dtt Co-operatives 

9 Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, 
Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, 
United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Ceylon who 
are Assistant Registrars of co-operative 
societies; on return recipients must 
serve the Department for at least 5 years. 
& Maintenance allowance of 1.15s. per 
day in U.K., 2. 10s. in Belgium, France, 
Netherlands, Norway and Svritzerland, 
or 3 in Denmark; plus Rs.3,100 for 
transportation and Rs.375 subsidiary 
allowance. 
9 6 months 

* 2 

Registrar of Co-operative Societies, 
P.O. Box 419, Colombo 



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87 



CHILE 



(A 264) 

GOVERNMENT OF CHILE, Santiago, 
Chile 

Reciprocal Fellowships 
Ml Unrestricted 

Chile 

M, Available to nationals of Brazil and 
U.S.A. in exchange for similar awards 
given by these countries to nationals 
of Chile. 

A 2,500 pesos per month plus tuition 

M 1 year 

* 7 : 5 to Brazil, 2 to U.S.A. 

Brazil: Ministry of Education; U.S.A.; 
Office of Education 

(A 265) 

GOVERNMENT OF CHILE: Ministry 
of Agriculture, Santiago, Chile 

Scholarships 
II Agriculture 

Chile: University of Chile 

Jl Available to nationals of Costa Rica. 
4 640 pesos per month 
B Unspecified 

3 

Ministry of Agriculture, Santiago 

(A 266) 

GOVERNMENT OF CHILE: Ministry 
of Education, Santiago, Chile 

Fellowships 
Ml Education and teaching methods 

Chile 

Jl Available to nationals of Latin Amer- 
ican countries; must be (a) qualified 
teachers or (b) student teachers. 

6 Covers maintenance and tuition 

B 1 year 

(a) 10 2 8 ; (b) 4 8 

Ministry of Education in candidate's 
own country 

(A 267) 

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF VALPA- 
RAISO, Valparaiso, Chile 

Fellowship 
II Chemical engineering 

Chile: Catholic University of Valparaiso 
Jft Available to nationals of Ecuador. 
<A Covers maintenance and tuition 

B 4 years 

1 

Mi Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, 
Valparaiso 

(A 268) 

UNIVERSITY OF CHILE, Santiago, 
Chile 

Scholarships 
H Unrestricted 

Chile: University of Chile 



M, Available to nationals of Latin Amer- 
ican countries; must be university 
students. 

& 1,000 to 1,500 pesos per month plus 
tuition 

B According to study needs 

* 10 * 8 

Ml University of Chile, Santiago 

(A 269) 

UNIVERSITY OF CHILE, Santiago, 
Chile 

Scholarships 
M Subjects taught at the University of 

Chile Summer School 
Chile: University of Chile 
Jl Available to nationals of the countries 

of the American continent; must be 

university students. 
<& (a) Covers maintenance and tuition 

(b) Tuition 
B 6 weeks 

* (a) 40 2 8 : approx. 2 to each country 
(b) 40 2 8 : approx. 2 to each country 

Hi Secret aria de la Escuela de Verano de la 
Universidad de Chile, Casilla 10-D, 
Santiago 

(A 270) 

CONCEPCION HOSPITAL, Concepcidn, 
Chile 

Fellowships 
H Medicine 

Ifc Chile: Concepci6n Hospital 
M. Available to Latin American doctors 

of medicine; recipient lives in the 

hospital. 

<$ Covers maintenance and tuition 
B 1 year 

* 2 23 

B Hospital Clinico de Concepcion, Concep- 
cion 

(A 271) 

DIRECTORS OF SECONDARY 
SCHOOLS, Chile 

Fellowships 
II Unrestricted 

* Chile 

M, Available to nationals of Latin Amer- 
ican countries who are already studying 
in Chile. Directors of Secondary Schools 
offer room and board, in return for 
certain services, to persons who appear 
to be most deserving, to enable them 
to continue their university studies. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition 

B According to study needs 

* Approx. 50 a * 

Mi Directors of Secondary Schools, San- 
tiago 



88 



CHILE Continued 



(A 272) 

LA SERENA SCHOOL OF MINES, La 
Serena, Chile 

Scholarship 
m Mining 

Chile: La Serena School of Mines 

M Available to nationals of Venezuela. 
<S Maintenance and tuition 
B 3 years 

* I 88 

Escuela de Minas de la Serena, La 
Serena 

(A 273) 
SANTIAGO HOSPITALS, Santiago, Chile 

Fellowships 
m Medicine 

Chile: Santiago 

M Available to nationals of Latin Amer- 
ican countries and U.S.A.; must be 
qualified physicians who wish to special- 
ize in some branch of medicine; 
recipient lives in one of the Santiago 
hospitals. 

Covers maintenance and tuition 
1 year 
5 2 

Hospital at which candidate wishes to 
study 



X 
* 



AND 



(A 274) 
TRADES, 



and Trade 



SCHOOL OF ARTS 
Santiago, Chile 

Scholarships 
tt Arts and crafts 
<B Chile: School of Arts 

Santiago 
M Available to nationals of Ecuador and 

Venezuela. 

A Maintenance and tuition 
HL 3 years 

A 3 2 8 : 2 to Ecuador, 1 to Venezuela 
Escuela de Artes y Oficios, Santiago 



(A 275) 

SOCIAL SERVICE SCHOOL OF THE 

SANTIAGO WELFARE BOARD, calle 

Agustinas 632, Santiago, Chile 

Fellowships for Social Welfare Workers 

tt Social welfare 

$ Chile: Social Service School of the 
Santiago Welfare Board 

JR. Available to nationals of all countries 
though certain countries may be speci- 
fied each year; age 24 to 35; must have 
degree or diploma from social service 
school in own country and must have 
done at least 1 year's practical work 
in social service. 

4$ 5,000 pesos per month plus tuition 

IS. I year 

* 3 fellowships for Award Nos. A 275 and 
A 276 2 3 

Hi Chilean diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country or Escuela de 
Servicio Social de la Junta de Benefi- 
cencia de Santiago, calle Agustinas 632, 
Santiago, by 30 September 

(A 276) 

SOCIAL SERVICE SCHOOL OF THE 
SANTIAGO WELFARE BOARD, calle 

Agustinas 632, Santiago, Chile 

Fellowships for Social Welfare Students 
tt Social welfare 

* Chile: Social Service School of the 
Santiago Welfare Board 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries 
though certain countries may be speci- 
fied each year; age 20 to 30; must have 
completed secondary school studies. 

& 5,000 pesos per month plus tuition 

X 2 years x 

* 3 fellowships for Award Nos. A 275 and 
A 276 2 3 

H Chilean diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country or Escuela de 
Servicio Social de la Junta de Benefi- 
cencia de Santiago, calle Agustinas 632, 
Santiago, by 30 September 



COLOMBIA 



(A 277) 

COLOMBIAN GOVERNMENT: Depart- 
ment of Fellowships and Cultural Inter- 
change, Ministry of Education, Bogota, 
Colombia 

Scholarships for Students from other 
Countries 

tt Theology, law, medicine, philosophy, 
architecture, ajjronomy, engineer- 
ing, archaeology, education 



Colombia 

Available to nationals of Brazil (1), 
France (1), Spain (3), U.S.A. (2); age 
over 18; must be university students. 
230, 160, 160 and 260 Colombian pesos 
per month, for Brazil, France, Spain 
and U.S.A. respectively, plus 200 Colom- 
bian pesos for books. The Colombian 
Government also pays transportation 



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89 



COLOMBIA Continued 



for French students and half transpor- 
tation for Spaniards 

S 1 year l 

A 7 2 3 : see A for number available to each 

country 

GH Brazil: Ministerio de Educacion, Rio de 
Janeiro; France: Office National des 
Universites et ficoles Franchises, 96 
boulevard Raspail, Paris 6 e ; Spain: 
Institute de Cultura Hispanica, Madrid; 
U.S.A.: Department of State, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

(A 278) 

COLOMBIAN GOVERNMENT: Depart- 
ment of Fellowships and Cultural Inter- 
change, Ministry of Education, Bogota, 
Colombia 

Scholarships for Ecuadorian Students 
flB Theology, law , medicine, philosophy, 

architecture, engineering, agronomy, 

archaeology, education 
9 Colombia 
JK Available to nationals of Ecuador ; age 

over 18; must be university students. 
4$ 160 Colombian pesos per month plus 

tuition fees, books, etc. 
M 1 year l 
* 10 2 3 
fl Ministry of National Education, Quito 



(A 279) 

UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA, Carta- 
gena, Colombia 

Travelling Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Argentina, France, Mexico, U.S.A. 
Jit Available to male nationals of Colom- 
bia ; age limit 40; must have completed 
secondary studies or have doctor's 
degree, according to course of study; 
on completion of scholarship recipients 
must return to teach at the University 
of Cartagena. 
5,000 Colombian pesos 
6 months to 1 year 



& 

IS. 
* 



University of Cartagena, Cartagena 

(A 280) 

HIGHER NORMAL SCHOOL, Tunja, 
Boyaca, Colombia 

Cultural Exchange Scholarships 
tt! Unrestricted 
Colombia: Higher Normal School, 

Tunja 
M. Available, on an exchange basis, to 

students from Argentina, France, 

Spain, U.S.A. and any other countries 

which offer similar opportunities for 

Colombian students. 
& 160 Colombian pesos per month 
O 1 academic year 
A Approx. 6 2 s 
B Escuela Normal Universitaria, Tunja, 

Boyaca. 



COSTA RICA 



(A 281) 

GOVERNMENT OF COSTA RICA: 
Department of Foreign Scholarships, Mi- 
nistry of Public Education, San Jose, 
Costa Rica 

Foreign Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
M, Available to nationals of Costa Rica ; 



age 17 to 24; must have completed 
secondary education; recipients may be 
required to serve the State after return. 

<d Average CR$60 per month plus trans- 
portation 

According to study needs 

fc Unspecified * * 

Bi Ministry of Public Education, San 
Jose 



CUBA 



(A 282) 

GOVERNMENT OF CUBA: Ministry of 

Education, Havana, Cuba 
Fellowships 

Ml Educational methods and administra- 
tion 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Cuba ; awards 



are given to teachers, professors, stn 
dents and civil servants who are desig- 
nated by the President of the Republio 
of Cuba. 

$100 per month 
1 year l 
50 as 
Ministry of Education, Havana 



90 



CUBA Continued 



(A 283) 

GOVERNMENT OF CUBA: Ministry of 

Education, Havana, Cuba 
Scholarships 

tt Prefer ably, engineering, arts, science, 
fine arts 

France, Spain, U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of Cuba, prefer- 
ably men; age limit 30; must be gra- 
duates; on completion of scholarship 
must serve the Government for 5 years. 

& 20,000 bolivianos plus transportation 

E 1 year 1 

* 20 

191 Ministry of Education, Havana 

(A 284) 

GOVERNMENT OF CUBA: Ministry of 
Education, Havana, Cuba 

Fellowships 

m (a) Art ; (b) Science 
Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Cuba. 
<S 100 pesos per month 
K 1 year l 

* (a) 3 z 8 ; (b) 1 

68 Ministry of Education, Havana 

(A 285) 

GOVERNMENT OF CUBA: Ministry of 

Education, Havana, Cuba 

Fellowships for Secondary School 
Teachers 

tt Subjects connected with candidate's 
teaching responsibilities 

^ Unrestricted 

A Available to teachers in Cuban second- 
ary schools who have been teaching 
for 5 consecutive years. 

45 Salary plus travelling expenses 

M 1 year 

* Approx. 10 to 12 * * 

HI Ministry of Education, Havana 

(A 286) 

GOVERNMENT OF CUBA: Department 
of Polytechnic Education, Havana, Cuba 

Scholarships 

tt Subjrcts studied in primary schools 
Cuba 
M Available to nalionals of the American 

Republics to enable them to study 

in the seventh and eighth grades of 

Cuban primary schools. 
& Covers maintenance, tuition, books, etc. 

* 1 year 

ft Unspecified 

Bi Departamento de Ensenanza Politec- 
nica, Havana 



(A 287) 

CUBAN-AMERICAN CULTURAL INSTI- 
TUTE, Havana, Cuba 

Father Felix Varcla Fellowship 
tt Humanities, sciences 
& Cuba: University of Havana 
M Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 
preferably under 35; must have bache- 
lor's degree from an American college or 
university. 

& $100 per mouth plus tuition. Recipient 
may also receive free air transportation 
ffi 10 months 

I 

Bi Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 

(A 288) 

HAVANA BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, 
Avenida de Wilson 357, 359, 361, Havana, 
Cuba 

Tuition Scholarships 

tt English and Spanish languages, busi- 
ness administration 

Cuba: Havana Business University 

M Available to nationals of North, Central 
and South American countries; must 
be graduates of a high school, secondary 
school or equivalent. Awards are given 
to further better understanding among 
the American countries. 

& Tuition. There are also some grants of 
$100 per month 

B 2 months (summer session) 

42: 2 to each country 

Qi Havana Business University, Avenida 
de Wilson 357, Havana 

(A 289) 

UNIVERSITY OF HAVANA, Havana, 
Cuba 

University of Havana Fellowships 
tt As decided by the Faculty 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to students at the University 
of Havana. Each of the 13 faculties 
of the University gives one fellowship 
for the study of any subject within the 
faculty fields. 

*5 $100 per month 

S 1 year 

13 2 

Bi Universidad de La Habana, Havana 

(A 290) 

UNIVERSITY OF HAVANA, Havana, 
Cuba 

Summer School Scholarships 
tt Spanish language and literature, 

English and American literature, folk 

music 

Cuba: University of Havana 

M. Available to students from U.S.A. 



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91 



CUBA Continued 



& Unspecified 

M 6 weeks during summer session 

* 15 28 

Universidad de La Habana, Havana 

(A 291) 

LYCEUM AND LAWN TENNIS CLUB, 
Calzada y 8, Vedado, Havana, Cuba 

Lyceum Scholarship 
Ml Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to women nationals of Cuba ; 
age over 21; awards are to enable 
professional women, artists and writers 
to carry out studies or research abroad; 
must have university degree or have 
demonstrated ability in the field of art 
or writing. 

4 Usually $1,500 

K 9 months * 

* I 28 

Lyceum y Lawn Tennis Club, Calzada y 
8, Vedado, Havana 

(A 292) 

NATIONAL BANK OF CUBA, Havana, 

Cuba 

Leopoldo Cancio Luna Fellowship 

M Law, commercial subjects, social 
sciences and public law 

$ Countries other than Cuba 

JR, Available to nationals of Cuba who 
have completed several years of study 
towards doctorate in civil law, social 
science, public law, accountancy or 
engineering. On completion of scholar- 
ship recipient must return to Cuba or 
serve Cuba in some capacity abroad for 
5 years. 

^ $200 per month plus transportation, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

E 1 year * 

* I 28 

Hi Banco Nacional de Cuba, Havana, be- 
tween 15 October and 15 November 



(A 293) 

UNIVERSITY OF ORIENTE, Santiago 
de Cuba, Cuba 

Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 
$ Unrestricted 
M Available to graduates of the University 

of Oriente. 
& $1,200 

H 1 academic year 
9: 1 in each faculty 2 8 

Secretaria General de la Universidad 
de Oriente, Santiago de Cuba 

(A 294) 

UNIVERSITY OF ORIENTE, Santiago 
de Cuba, Cuba 

Scholarships 

M Mechanical engineering 
Cuba: University of Oriente 
Jl Available to nationals of all countries ? 

must be qualified to take degree course 

in mechanical engineering. 
$ Tuition fees and books to the value of 

50 pesos p. a. 
E 6 years 

* 12 28 

H Secretaria General de la Universidad 
de Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, by 
10 September 

(A 295) 

SAN ALEJANDRO ACADEMY OF 

SCULPTURE AND PAINTING, Havana, 

Cuba 

Fellowships 

Ml Sculpture, painting 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to students at the San Ale- 
jandro Academy of Sculpture and 
Painting. 

& 2,100 pesos 

I 1 year 

* 2: 1 in each subject 2 8 

Academia de Escultura y Pintura San 
Alejandro, Havana 



DENMARK 



(A 296) 

DANISH GOVERNMENT: Commission 
for Lecturerships, Ministry of Education, 
Copenhagen K, Denmark 

Danish Government Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 

Denmark 

Jl Available to nationals of Norway and 
Sweden ; must be university graduates 
or undergraduates. 

& D.kr.3,255 

B Approx. 8 months 

* 4 a 8 (2 to each country) 



Ministry of Education in candidate's 
own country, by May 

(A 297) 

DANISH GOVERNMENT: Commission 
for Lecturerships, Ministry of Education, 
Copenhagen K, Denmark 

Danish Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
$ Denmark 

Jl Available to nationals of France, 
United Kingdom, U.S.A. ; must be 
university graduates or undergrad- 



92 



DENMARK 



nates; knowledge of Danish desirable. 

*S D.kr.3,255 plus transportation from 
Danish frontier to place of study 

9 Approx. 8 months 

A 9 a 8 (3 to each country) 

France: Office National des Universites 
et ficoles Franchises, 96 boulevard 
Raspail, Paris-6 e ; United Kingdom: The 
British Council, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I; U.S.A.: Institute of 
International Education, 1 East 67th 
Street, New York 21, N.Y., by May 

(A 298) 

DANISH GOVERNMENT: Commission 

for Lecturerships, Ministry of Education, 

Copenhagen K, Denmark 

Danish Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Denmark 

M Available to nationals of Italy; know- 
ledge of Danish desirable or, failing 
Danish, of English or German. 

A D.kr.3,255 plus transportation from 
Danish frontier to place of study 

ffi Approx. 8 months 

* 5 2 3 

Direzione Generale delle Relazioni Cul- 
turali, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, 
Piazza Firenze 27, Rome 

(A 299) 

DANISH GOVERNMENT: Commission 

for Lecturerships, Ministry of Education, 

Copenhagen K, Denmark 

Danish Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

<& Denmark 

M. Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands ; must be university graduates or 
undergraduates; knowledge of Danish 
desirable or, failing Danish, of English 
or German. 

4 D.kr.3,255 plus transportation from 
Danish frontier to place of study 

21 Approx. 8 months 1 

* 1 3 8 

Bi Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences, 
The Hague 

(A 300) 

DANISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
State, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Danish Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
fc Denmark 

JL Available to nationals of Iceland. 
<$ Varies in each case 
S Unspecified 
A Unspecified 
Bi Danish-Icelandic Union, Ministry of 

State, Copenhagen 



(A 301) 

UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS, Aarhus, 

Denmark 

Donor: Danish Government 
Government Travel Grants 

tt Unrestricted 

<0 Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Denmark; 
must have university degree in field of 
study. Awards are to give young 
scientists and students of humanities 
an opportunity to study abroad. 

<5 Unspecified (For 1952-53 total amount 
for awards is approx. D.kr.24,300) 

B Unspecified 

A Unspecified * 8 

Bi University of Aarhus, Aarhus 

(A 302) 

UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS, Aarhus, 

Denmark 

Donor: Danish Government 
Government Travel Grants 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Denmark who 
are professors or lecturers at the Univer- 
sity of Aarhus. 

6 Unspecified (For 1952-53 total amount 
for awards is approx. D.kr.12,000) 

IS. Unspecified 
A Unspecified 2 * 

Bi University of Aarhus, Aarhus 

(A 303) 
LAURITS ANDERSEN FUND, Vester- 

brogade 1, Copenhagen, Denmark 
Laurits Andersen Scholarship 

M Commercial and industrial subjects 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Danish nationals; age 
over 20; must have education in com- 
mercial and industrial problems. 

& Unspecified 

M Unspecified * 

* Unspecified 2 3 

Bi Laurits Andersens Fond, Vesterbrogade 
1, Copenhagen, by 1 March and 1 Sep- 
tember 

(A 304) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 
Arnamagnsean Stipend 

tt Research work in Old Icelandic liter- 
ature and philology 

Denmark 

Jft Available to Icelandic university grad- 
uates. 

A I.Kr.1,000 p.a. 

IS 1 year 

* 1 23 

fli University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 



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93 



Continued 



(A 305, 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Danish Government Fellowships 
tt Any subject studied at University of 

Copenhagen 
Unrestricted 
40. Available to nationals of Denmark ; 

age normally under 40; awards are to 

give voung scientists and students of 

the humanities an opportunity to study 

abroad. 

<$ Total amount for awards is D.kr.56,400 
X 1 year 
A Unspecified 8 * 
HI University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 

by l~j February 

(A 306) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Danish Government Fellowships 
Ml Any subject studied at University of 

Copenhagen 

Unrestricted 

JE Available to professors and lecturers 

at the University of Copenhagen. 
4$ Total amount for awards is D.kr.27,375 
K 1 year 

* Unspecified * * 

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 
by ] March 

(A 307) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Copenhagen University Jubilee Founda- 

tion of 1929 
tt Any subject studied at University of 

Copenhagen 

Unrestricted 

Jft A\ailabJe to professors and lecturers at 
the University of Copenhagen. 

d> Total an.ount for awards is approx. 
D.kr. 15.000 

C 1 \ear 

fc Unspecified 2 3 

EH liii\crHty of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 308) 
rMALKSlTY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Coj en ha ceri. Denmark 

h lei '1 rn\ el Grant 
tt I in < -li i< lel 

I iire-trtcted 

M A \niliiMe to students at University of 

( opt nhugcn. 
tf D.kr. 240 p a. 
SI 4 \esirs ' 

1 : " 

Hi I- f< nit- lor I' lers' KoDegium, St. Kanni- 
kestr. 9. Copenhagen K 



OF 



(A 309) 
COPENHAGEN, 



Hopner Travel Grant 

tt Tlieolog.v, philology 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Danish students or grad- 
uates from a Danish university. 

<S D.kr.SOOp.a. 

K 5 years 

* 1 8 3 

CS University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 310) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

(a) Lassen Travel Grant 

(b) Thott Travel Grant 

Aft (a) I'nrestriclecl ; (b) Science 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Danish students or grad- 
uates from a Danish university. 

A (a) Approx. D.kr. 1,300 p.a. 
(b) Approx. D.kr.1,700 p.a. 

E 3 years 

A (a) 1 2 3 ; (b) 1 * * 

HI University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 311) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Mrs. Fredrikke Koes Treschow (nee 

Brondsteds) Legacy 
IB Classical archaeology 

* Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Danish students of classical 

archaeology. 

<5 Approx. D.kr.900 p.a. 
3 years 

* 1 

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 311) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

(a) Rosenkrantz Travel Grant 

(b) Winstrup-Repen Travel Grant 
tt Theology 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Danish theological eta- 
dents or graduates. 

6 (a) D.kr.640 p.a. 

(b) Approx. D.kr.200 p.a. 

SI 4 years 

* (a) 2 * 8 ;(b)l 

HI Faculty of Theology, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 313) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Bishop Frederik Nielsen Scholarship for 

Theological Graduates 
tt Theolojj>, especially church history 

* Unre^tiicted 

Jft Available to Danish theological grad- 
uates. 

& Approx. D.kr.1,600 p.a. 
M 2 years 



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Qi Faculty of Theology, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 314) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Otto R. Henriques and Mrs. Henriques 

Travel Grant 

Political science 
> Unrestricted 

J. Available to Danish nationals who are 
young graduates or students of political 
science and whose work so far gives hope 
that they \vill profit from a stay abroad. 

4 Approx. D.kr.1,000 

K Unspecified 

* 1 2 8 

Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 315) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Otto R. Henriques and Mrs. Henriques 

Scholarship 
tt Political science 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Danish nationals who are 
(i) young graduates or students of 
political science whose work so far 
gives hope that they will profit from a 
stay abroad or (ii) permanent lecturers 
in economics at the University of 
Copenhagen. 

A Maximum D.kr.3,500, generally approx. 
D.kr.1,000 

M 2 years 

1 every 2 years 

Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 316) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

(a) Hurtigkarl Travel Grant 

(b) Professor Carl Torp Travel Grant 
m Law 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Danish nationals who have 
graduated in law; the two awards are 
held concurrently. 

4 (a)D.kr.6,000;(b)D.kr.3,000 

Unspecified 

(a) 1 2 3 ; (b) 1 

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 317) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Geheimeraad C. C. Hall Scholarship 
It Law 
9 Norway. Sweden 



JL Available to Danish law students and 
graduates to enable them to visit a 
Norwegian or Swedish university. 

& Minimum D.kr.175 

31 Unspecified 

* ! 2 8 

G9 University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 3ia> 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Carl Valdemar Kraft Travel Grant 
tt Law 

Usually France 
Jfl Available to Danish nationals who are 

advanced graduates in Jaw, to enable 

them to travel abroad for 2 years, 

especially in France. 
*5 Unspecified 
ffi 2 years 

* 1 8 

H Faculty of Law and Poh'tical Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 319) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

C. Liebe Scholarship 
tt Law 

Unrestricted 
M. Available to Danish nationals who are 

graduates in law. 
& D.kr.4,000 or D. kr.2,000 
M Unspecified 

* 1 2 8 

Hi Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 320) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Stampe Travel Grant 
tt Law 

Unrestricted . 
41 Available to Danish nationals who are 

graduates in law. 
& D.kr.8,000 with possible addition of 

D.kr.4,000 
O 1 year l 

* 1 (available when vacant) 

Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 321) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Wilhelm Carl Thomsen Travel Grant 
tt Law 

Q United Kingdom 
M. Available to Danish nationals who are 

graduates in law. 
& Approx. D.kr.8,000 
ff Unspecified 



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Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 322) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Verner Ussing Scholarship 
tt Law, political economy 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Danish nationals who are 
graduate? in law or political science. 
4$ Approx. D.kr.1,200 to D.kr.1,400 
M Unspecified 
A Unspecified 

Faculty of Law and Political Science, 
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 323) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Buchwald Travel Grant 
tt Medical sciences 
Unrestricted 

M Available to Danish medical graduates. 
4 D.kr.600 p.a. 
X 2 years 

* 1 23 

H Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 324) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Carstensen Travel Grant 
tt Medical sciences 
& Unrestricted 
Jl Available to Danish nationals who are 

doctors of medicine or graduates of 

medicine. 

4$ Approx. D.kr.760 p.a. 
X 3 years 

* 1 2 8 

BH Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 325) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Th. Finck Travel Grant 
tt Medical sciences 
fr Unrestricted 
M. Available to Danish medical graduates; 

preference given to relatives of the 

donor. 

<S D.kr.300 p.a. 
IS. Maximum 5 years 
J I 2 a 

E9 Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 326) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Thomas Fuiren Scholarship 
tt Medical sciences 



Unrestricted 

M Available to Danish medical students 
or graduates for travel abroad or studies 
at University of Copenhagen. 

<S Approx. D.kr.200 p.a. 

K 2 years 

* 1 " 

Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 327) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Dorette Miilertz Travel Grant 
Ml Medical sciences 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Danish women medical 

students or graduates. 
& Approx. D.kr. 500 
JS. 1 year 

1 2 8 

Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 328) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Classen Travel Grant 
tt Medical sciences 
Unrestricted 
M Available to male Danish medical 

graduates. 
<$ D.kr.800 p.a. 
X 1 or 2 years 



Hi Faculty of Medicine, University 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 



of 



(A 329) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Professor Carl Rasch Travelling Scho- 

larship 

H Dermatology 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Danish medical graduates 

to enable them to study dermatology 

abroad. 

6 Minimum D.kr.3,000 
ffi 1 year 

* I 2 3 

H Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 330) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Emma Salomonsen Travelling Scholar- 

ship 

tt Experimental pathology 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to medical graduates of the 

University of Copenhagen. 
<5 D.kr. 1,000 
X Unspecified 
k 1 every 5 years 



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EB Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 331) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Dr. and Mrs. William Rich. Christiansen 

Travelling Scholarship 

tt Medicine, surgery 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Danish nationals who are 
advanced medical or surgical grad- 
uates; age limit 35; must have had 
1 year's practical experience in a 
hospital. 

6 Total amount for awards is D.kr.2,220 

E 1 year 

A Unspecified a 8 

& Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 332) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Dr. and Mrs. Vilhelm Budde Scholarship 

tt fl.v<firm> 

9 Unrestricted 

JR Available to Danish nationals; must 
be medical graduates or students at 
Copenhagen University who have taken 
hygiene as a special subject; preference 
given to candidates who are, or have 
been, employed as assistant* at the 
University Institute of Hygiene. 

4 D.kr.500 p. a. 
H 1 or 2 years 

* 1 2 3 

5 Faculty of Medicine, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 333) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Martin Levy Scholarship 

I I.iiHpii>!i<>s 

Unrestricted 

JR Available to Danish students of phil- 
ology of proven research ability; must 
have had some work published. 

4 Approx. D.kr.3,600 

IS 3 years 

* 1 2 s 

Prof. dr. Louis Hjelmslev, Ordru- 
phojvej 40, Charlottenlund, by 1 May 

(A 334) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen. Denmark 

Ellen Meyers Travelling Scholarship 
tt Philology of romance luiiytiayes 
Latin countries 
A Available to Danish nationals who have 

M.A. degree or are working towards it, 



with romance languages as subject; 

awards are for study travel in Latin 

countries. 
*5 D.kr.300 
HL Maximum 2 years 
* 1 

* Faculty of Philosophy, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 335) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Professor Carl Rasch Scholarship for 
Philologists 

tt Primitive F.uropran or Asia Minor 
laitjj uajjcs or Danish dialects 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Denmark; 
award is given either as a regard for 
research work in the field of study 
published within last 5 years, or as a 
travel grant for the study of the sub- 
jects. 

& D.kr.3,000 

Unspecified 

* 1 

E5 Faculty of Philosophy, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

(A 336) 
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 

Copenhagen, Denmark 
Steenstrup Scholarship 

tt l\orlic culture 

Denmark or one of the other Nordic 
countries 

J8. Available to students at Copenhagen 
University who are preparing for a 
general degree in the Faculty of Philoso- 
phy. 

6 D.kr.200 

IS. During vacation 

* 1 2 

El Faculty of Philosophy, University of 
Copenhagen, Copenhagen, by June 

(A 337) 

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, 
Copenhagen, Denmark 

Karen Iversen Scholarship 
tt Itomanfc or IVordie languages 
<8> Unrestricted 
A Available to Danish graduates and 

students of outstanding ability, for 

further education in Denmark or abroad. 
<5 Total of approx. D.kr.4,000 is available 

for awards 
JK Maximum 3 years 
A 1 or more a 8 
Bi Prof. dr. Johs. Brondum-Nielsen, GL 

Vartovvej 22, Hellerup, by 15 May 



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(A 338) 

DANISH AMERICAN SOCIETY, Nytorv 
9, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Danish American Society Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted but preferably those 
subjects which \vill help towards coun- 
try's reconstruction 

* U.S.A. 

Jt. Available to Danish nationals of gra- 
duate level. 
$ Varies in each case 

5 1 year 

* 50 to 75 

B Danmarks amerikanske Selskab, Dan- 
mark -A merika Fondet, Nytorv 9, Copen- 
hagen, from 15 December to 15 January 

(A 339) 

DANISH AMERICAN SOCIETY, Nytorv 

9, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Danish American Society Junior Scholar- 
ships 

tt I 'n restricted 

U.S.A. 

Jl Available to Danish students wishing 
to complete their studies m U.S.A. 

6 Varies in each case 
S 1 year 

* 23 2 8 

B Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., from 1 to 15 September 

(A 340) 

DANISH COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, 
Universitetsparken 4, Copenhagen, Den- 
mark 

Donor: Danish Government 

Government Travel Grant 
tt Dentistry and related sciences 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to Danish nationals who are 

professors or lecturers at the Danish 

College of Dentistry. 
4 Unspecified (In 1952-53 total amount 

for awards is approx. D.kr.3,630) 
B Unspecified 
k Unspecified * * 
B Danish College of Dentistry, Univer- 

sitetsparken 4, Copenhagen 

(A 341) 

DANISH COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, 
Universitetsparken 4, Copenhagen, Den- 
mark 

Donor: Danish Government 
Government Travel Grants 
tt Dentistry and related sciences 
Unrestricted 

A Available to Danish nationals who are 
young scientists having university de- 
gree 

4 Unspecified (In 1952-53 total amount 
for awards is approx. D.kr. 8,000) 

5 Unspecified 

* Unspecified 2 * 



B Danish College of Dentistry, Univer- 
sitetsparken 4, Copenhagen 

(A 342) 

DANISH NORDEN ASSOCIATION, Mal- 
moegade 3. Copenhagen 0, Denmark 

Donor: Danish Government 

Grants 

tt Studies at people's colleges 
Denmark 
Jf Available to nationals of Finland, 

Norway, Sweden ; age over 18. 
& Approx. D.kr.650 
51 5 to 6 months 

* 14 8 8 : 4 to Finland, 4 to Norway, 
6 to Sweden 

B Norden Associations in Helsinki, Oslo, 
Stockholm 

(A 343) 

INTERNATIONAL PEOPLE'S COL- 
LEGE, Elsinore, Denmark 
Donor: Danish Government 
Partial Scholarships 

tt Danish, German, English or French 
language; Scandinavian conditions; 
cultural developments in France, 
Germany, United Kingdom and U.S.A. 
Denmark: International People's Col- 
lege 

4ft Available to nationals of all countries. 
*5 20 (Maintenance and tuition for the 

5 months cost 52) 

H 5 months (3 November to 28 March) 
A Unspecified 
B International People's College, Elsinore 

(A 344) 

INTERNATIONAL PEOPLE'S COL- 
LEGE, Elsinore, Denmark 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt In restricted 

Denmark: International People's Col- 
lege 

A Available to students of (a) Coleg 
Harlech, \V!es, and (b) Co-operative 
College, l.iiffiatMl, in exchange for 
similar awards offered by these colleges 
to students of the International People's 
College. 

5 Covers maintenance and tuition 
IS (a) 1 term; (b) 1 or 2 terms 

* (a) 6 8 ; (b) 1 or 2 * 
B Candidate's own college 

(A 345) 

Mr. K. A. LARSSEN and Mrs. L. M. 

LARSSEN'S LEGACY, Ny Kongensgade 

20, Copenhagen, Denmark 
Larssen Scholarship 

tt Engineering and technical subjects 

e Unrestricted 

M, Available to nationals of Denmark; 
awards are to give engineering students, 
mechanics, master artisans and jour- 
neymen an opportunity to study abroad* 



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4 Maximum D.kr.3,000 

5 Maximum 12 to 15 months 

* Approx. 86 * 

E8 K. A. Larsscns og hnstru L. M. Larssen 
fodt Thodbergs Legal, Ny Kongensgade 
20, Copenhagen, from 1 January to 
5 February 

(A 3 16) 

OTTO MONSTED FUND, Otto Mousteds- 
gade 7, Copenhagen V, Denmark 

Otto Mounted Scholarship 
tt Commercial and industrial subjects 
Unrestricted 
A Available to young Danish national? 

for study and /or training in the field of 

commerce and industry. 
A Unspecified 
I 3 to 12 months 1 

* Approx. 100 * 8 

BB Otto Monsted Fond, Otto Momteds- 
gade 7, Copeuhagen,yrom end of January 
to 1 March 

(A 317) 

RASK-OERSTED FOUNDATION (Inter- 

national Research Foundation of Denmark), 

Frederiksholms Kanal 21, Copenhagen K, 

Denmark 

Grants for Research Workers 

tt Unrestricted 

Denmark or, for Danish nationals, 
unrestricted 

JSL Available to Danish research workers 
for study abroad and to other research 
workers, sponsored by Danish research 
workers, for study in Denmark. 

A Maximum D.kr.6,000 

JSL Maximum 3 years 

H Unspecified 8 8 

IS Danes: Rask-Oersted Fondet, Frede- 
riksholms Kanal 21, Copenhagen K, 
by 1 March and 1 October; Oilier s: 
Applications must be made by the 
sponsoring Danish research worker 

(A 348) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ART?, 
Kongens Nytorv 1, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Donor: Danish Government 

Travel Grants 

tt Painting, sculpture, architecture 
$ Unrestricted 
A Available to Danish nationals to enable 

them to continue their studies abroad. 
<$ D.kr.500 to D.kr.2,500 
SI Unspecified 

* Unspecified a * (Total amount for 
awards is approx. D.kr. 12,000) 

Det Kgl. Akademi for de skonne 
knnater, Kgs. Nytorv, Copenhagen 



(A 349) 
ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Kongens Nytorv 1, Copenhagen, Denmark 
Donor: Godsejer A. Ancker 
Ancker Scholarship 

tt Painting, sculpture, musical compo- 
sition, writing 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Danish nationals to travel 
abroad. One award is made in each field 
of *tudy. 

& D.kr.2.200 

H Unspecified 

* 4 s 3 

E9 Mrs. Eva Glahn, Kunstakadomiet Char- 
lotteuborg, Kgs. Nytorv 1, Copenhagen 

(A 350) 
ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Konen* Nytorv K Copenhagen, Denmark 
Dunors: Mr. and Mrs. Zacharias Jacobaen 
Zacharias Jacobsen Scholarship 

Kfi Painiiiuj, sculpture, architecture 

<9 Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Denmark. 

& D.kr. 1,000 to D.kr.3,000 

HI Unspecified 

A Unspecified 2 3 (Total amount for 
awards is D.kr. 10,000 to D.kr. 12,000 p.a.) 

US Det Kgl. Akademi for de skonne 
kunster, Kgs. Nytorv 1, Copenhagen 

(A 351) 

ROYAL DANISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 
Vetrc Boulevard 36, Copenhagen V, Den- 
mark 

(a) Dr. William Christiansens Scholarship 

(M Len!2;reve Lerches Scholarship 
tt (a) Sinj/hi(| and music; (b) Alu*Sc 
Unrestricted 
JA Available to students at the Royal 

Danish Academy of Music; age limit 

36 for (a). 

4$ (a) D.kr.3,600; (b) D.kr.650 
3 Unspecified 

* (a) I 2 3 

(!>) 1 every 2 years 

3 Royal Danish Academy of Music, 
Vestrc Boulevard 36, Copenhagen V 

(A 3S2> 

ROYAL DANISH SCHOOL OF PHAR- 
MACY, Universitetsparken 2, Copenhagen 
0, Denmark 

Danish Government Fellowships 
tt Any subject studied at the Royal 

Danish School of Pharmacy 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of Denmark) 

awards are to give young scientists tin 

opportunity to study abroad. 
& Total amount for awards is D.kr. 10,544 
IS 1 year 



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t Unspecified 
& Danmarks farmaceutiske Hojslcole, Uni- 

ver sit et spark en 2, Copenhagen 0, by 

1 April 

(A 353) 

ROYAL DANISH SCHOOL OF PHAR- 
MACY,Universitetsparkeu 2, Copenhagen 0, 
Denmark 

Danish Government Fellowships 
tt Any subject studied at the Royal 

Danish School of IMtairiuaey 
Unrestricted 
A Available to professors at the Royal 

Daniiili School of Pharmacy. 
S Total amount for awards is D.kr.2,624 

5 I year 

6 Unspecified 

HI Dan marks farrnaceutiske Hojskole, Uni- 
versitetsparken 2, Copenhagen 0, by 
1 April 

(A 354) 

ROYAL DANISH SCHOOL OF PHAR- 
MACY, Universitetsparken 2, Copenhagen 
0, Denmark 

H. C. Oersted Travel Grant for Pharma- 
cists 

tt i'tiarmac.v 
' Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of D en in ark ; 

must he qualified pharmacists. 
& D.kr.3,000 
K Unspecified 
A 1 every 2 years 2 

B Dmirnarks i'arinaceutiske Hojskole, Uni- 
versitetsparken 2, Copenhagen 0. by 
15 May 

(A 355) 

ROYAL THEATRE. Copenhagen, Den- 
mark 

Donor: Axel Nicolaysen 
Axel Nicolayseu Travel Grant 
tt VIiir.!!*lrii f l<Hl 
France : Paris 

A Available to members of the administra- 
tive staff of the Royal Theatre, Copen- 
hagen, to make it possible for them to 
spend some time in Paris. 
D.kr.840 
] Unspecified 
& 1 every 2 years 
Hi Royal Theatre, Copenhagen 

(A 356) 
BOYAL THEATRE, Copenhagen,Den mark 

Duiwr: K.OH fere nsr ad, generaldecisor 

Carl Ludvig Kirstein 

Kirstem Award 
$H 'I'nrertt.iM^ted 
Uo restricted 
J& A vail a Me to memhers of the orchestra 

of the Royal Theatre. Copenhagen, to 

carry out studies in Denmark or other 

countries. 



S D.kr.900 
H Unspecified 
* 2 2 

S Royal Theatre, Copenhagen 

(A 357) 

ROYAL VETERINARY AND AGRI- 
CULTURAL COLLEGE, Biilowsvej 13, 
Copenhagen V, Denmark 

Donor: Banich Government 
Government Travel Grant 
fit Agriculture, veterinary science* horti- 
culture, forestry, dairy farming 
Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Denmark i 
awards are to enable young scientists 
to study abroad. 
<sS Unspecified (Total amount for awards it 

appro x. D.kr.28,700) 
E Unspecified 
it Unspecified 

H Royal Veterinary and Agricultural Col- 
lege, Biilowsvej 1 3, Copenhagen V 

(A 358) 

ROYAL VETERINARY AND AGRI- 
CULTURAL COLLEGE, Biilowsvej 13. 
Copenhagen V, Denmark 

Travel Fund of 1918 
tt Seience 
Unrestricted 

L Available to nationals of Denmarlc ; 
must have taken B.Sc. at the Royal 
Veterinary and Agricultural College. 
Awards are intended to give recipients 
further professional knowledge and 
personal development through a study 
sojourn abroad. 
$ D.kr.4,000 
E Minimum 6 months 
ft 1 * * 

II Bureau of the Royal Veterinary and 
Agricultural College, Biilowsvej 13 9 
Copenhagen V, by 31 January 

(A 359) 

ROYAL VETERINARY AND AGRICUL- 
TURAL COLLEGE, Biilowsvej 13, Copen- 
hagen V, Denmark 

Donor: Professor Bendt Soeborg Jorgen- 

sen 

Professor Bendt Soeborg Jorgensen and 

his Sister Else Margrethe Jorgensen*a 

Travel Fund 
tt Agricultural science 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of Denmark $ 

must have obtained a B.Sc. (agricultural 

science) at the Royal Veterinary and 

Agricultural College. 

4 D.kr.1,000 

5 Unspecified l 
*:!. 

9 Bureau of the Royal Veterinary and 
Agricultural College, Biilowsvej 13, 
Copenhagen V by 15 April , 



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(A 360) 

ROYAL VETERINARY AND AGRI- 
CULTURAL COLLEGE, Biilowsvej 13, 
Copenhagen V, Denmark 
Donor: S. S0renson 

S. Sorenson Study and Travel Scholar- 
ship 
ft Agriculture and dairying 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Danish nationals who are 
teachers of agriculture or dairying at 
the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural 
College. 

& Approx. D.kr.1,000 to 2,000 

B Unspecified 

* 1 23 

9 Royal Veterinary and Agricultural 
College, Biilowsvej 13, Copenhagen V 

(A 361) 

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF COPEN- 
HAGEN, Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen, 
Denmark 

Donor: Danish Government 
Government Travel Grants 
Q Civil engineering, mechanical engi- 
neering, chemical engineering, electrical 
engineering 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Danish nationals who 
are (a) professors or lecturers at the 
Technical University of Copenhagen or 
(b) young scientists wishing to continue 
their studies abroad. 

A Unspecified [Total amount for (a) is 
approx. D.kr. 16,000 and for (b) D.kr. 
30,000] 

B Unspecified 

* Unspecified a 8 

E9 Technical University of Copenhagen, 
Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen 

(A 362) 

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF COPEN- 
HAGEN, Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen, 
Denmark 

Donor: Federation of Danish Industries 

Jubilee Foundation 

KB Engineering and technical studies 
& Unrestricted 



M Available to Danish nationals who are 
professors at the Technical University 
of Copenhagen. 

5 Unspecified (Total amount for awards is 
approx. D.kr.l 7,000 p.a.) 

B Unspecified 

* Unspecified * * 

O9 Technical University of Copenhagen, 
Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen 

(A 363) 

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF COPEN- 
HAGEN, Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen, 
Denmark 

Donor: Carlsbergfondet 
Carlsbergfondet Scholarship for Pro- 
fessors and Lecturers at the Technical 
University 

tt Fnmhtmcntul sciences 
$ Unrestricted 

A Available to Danish nationals who arc 
professors or lecturers at the Technical 
University of Copenhagen. 
& Unspecified (Total amount for awards 

is D.kr. 1,200 p.a.) 
12 Unspecified 

* Unspecified * 3 

ES Technical University of Copenhagen, 
Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen 

(A 364) 

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF COPEN- 
HAGEN, Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen, 
Denmark 

Ingeniorvidenskabclige Fond or G. A. 
Hagcmanns Mindcfond 

&G Civil engineering, mechanical engi- 
neering, electrical engineering, chemical 
engineering 
Unrestricted 

JSS. Available to nationals of Denmark; 

awards are to aid Danish scientists in 

research work and to provide travel 

grants for study abroad. 

6 Unspecified (Total amount for awards 

is approx. D.kr.12,000) 
TS. Unspecified 
Unspecified 

ESS Technical University of Copenhagen, 
Ostervoldgade 10, Copenhagen 



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 



(A 365) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC: Ministry of Education, Ciudad 
Trujillo, Dominican Republic 

Scholarships 
M Education 



North and South America 
Available to nationals of the Dominican 
Republic; must be teachers; recipients 
must return to own country arid work 
in the Institute of Educational Research 



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or any other Department of the Minis- 
try of Education for 4 years. 

4 DR..S200 per month plus transportation 
and tuition fees 

K 1 year 

ft 2 

a Secretaria de Educacion, Ciudad Tru- 
jillo 

(A 366) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC: Ministry of Education, Ciudad 
Trujillo, Dominican Republic 

Buenos Aires Convention Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 
Dominican Republic: University of 

Santo Domingo 
M. Available to nationals of Rrazil and 

U.S.A.; must be mature persons, 

preferably having university degree. 
46 Unspecified 



fi 1 year 

* 3 (1 to Brazil, 2 to U.S.A.) 

iS Legation of the Dominican Republic in 
candidate's own country 

(A 367) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC: Ministry of Education, Ciudad 
Trujillo, Dominican Republic 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Spain: Universidad Pontificia de 

Comillas 
A. Available to nationals of the Dominica* 

Republic. 

4 DR.S500 per month 
IS Unspecified 

* 2 2S 

E9 Secrctaria de Educaci6n, Ciudad Tru- 



ECUADOR 



(A 368) 

GOVERNMENT OF ECUADOR: Ministry 

of Education, Quito, Ecuador 
Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

'M Available to nationals of Ecuador ; 
should have bachillerato or equivalent 
degree of professional school ; on return 
to Ecuador, recipients must serve in 
whatever place or institution the Minis- 
try deems expedient. 

4$ Unspeci fied 

S According to study needs 

Ik Approx. 14 

Hi Ministerio dc Educacion, Quito 

(A 369) 

CENTRAL BANK OF ECUADOR, Calles 
Garcia Moreno y Sucre No. 799, Quito, 
Ecuador 

Scholarships 

tt Economics and Ijankinjj 
Unrestricted, subject to approval 
M. Available to nationals of Ecuador ; must 
have at least bachillerato and should 
preferably have completed university 
studies; on completion of scholarship 
period, recipients must return to work 
in Ecuador. 
<S Covers transportation, maintenance and 

tuition fees 
8 6 months 1 

ft Unspecified * * (8 awarded in 1952) 
B Banco Central del Ecuador, Calles 
Garcia Moreno y Sucre No. 799, Quito 



(A 370) 

UNIVERSITY OF CUENCA, Cuenca, 
Ecuador 

Scholarships 
tt Medicine 
Chile 
& Available to nationals of Ecuador to 

enable them to carry out further studies 

in medicine. 
<$ Unspecified 
Q 1 year 
* 2 " 
E9 Universidad de Cuenca, Cuenca 

(A 371) 

ECUADORIAN ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS 
LEAGUE (LEA), Guayaquil, Ecuador 

Scholarships 
tt Medical sciences 
Latin America, U.S.A. 
A A\ailable to nationals of Ecuador; 

must have medical degree and have done 

important work in the prevention and 

cure of tuberculosis. 
6 Usually $100 to 200 per month 
B 6 months to 3 years, usually I or 

2 years ' 
ft Approx. 5 * * 
S Li pa Ecuatoriana Antituberculosa, 

Guayaquil 

(A 372) 

INSTITUTE OF INTER-AMERICAN 
AFFAIRS, Division of Education, Avenida 
Mariano Aguilera 1036, Quito, Ecuador 

Teacher Training Fellowship 
tt Subjects relating to elementary edu- 
cation 



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ECUADOR Continued 



U.S.A. 

Available to male nationals of Ecuador ; 
age limit 36; must have carried out 
advanced educational studies; on com- 
pletion of fellowship recipient must serve 
the Ministry of Education or the Ser- 
vicio Cooperative Interamericano. 



Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc. 
1 year 
1 

Institute de Asuntos Interamericanos, 
Divisi6n de Educaci6n, Avenida Maria- 
no Aguidera 1036, Quito 



EGYPT 



(A 373) 

EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Cairo, Egypt 

Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 
O Europe, U.S.A. 
Jft Available to Egyptian nationals; age 

under 28; must be honours graduates. 
<S Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition fees, books, clothing, allowance 

for wife and family 
K Unspecified 
A Approx. 600 
BS Ministry of Education, Cairo 

(A 374) 

EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Cairo, Egypt 

Post-graduate Scholarships 
flft Unrestricted 

* Egypt 

M Available to nationals of France, 
Italy, U.S.A.; must have university 
degree. 

<$ Maintenance and tuition plus allowance 
of E.10 per month 

B 1 year * 

* 5 

(9 Ministry of Education, Cairo 

(A 375) 

EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry 
of Education, Cairo, Egypt 

Grants for University Study 
tt Unrestricted 

* Egypt 

A Available to students from the Middle 
East, Afghanistan, China, India, 
Indonesia, Turkey; must be educated 
to university entrance standard. 

S Average E.5 per month plus tuition 



According to *tudy needs 

Approx. 807 2 * 

Ministry of Education, Cairo 



(A 376) 
Ministry 



EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT; 
of Education, Cairo, Egypt 

Grants for Primary, Secondary and 

University Studies 
tt Unrestricted 
Egypt 
4R Available to Arah refugee students 

from Palestine. 
& E.3 to CE.8 per month plus tuition. 

In some cases maintenance is also 

provided 

SI According to study needs 
* 1312 
E5 Ministry of Education, Cairo 



(A 377) 
Ministry 



EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT: 
of Education. Cairo, Egypt 

Grants lor Study in Primary and 

Secondary Schools 
tt Primary and secondary school subjects 

Egypt 

Jft Available to pupil?, from Aden, Afgha- 
nistan, Itulirrin, China, Eritrea, 
Ethiopia, Iladramaut, Hasheinite 
Jordan, India, Indonesia, Iran, 
Iraq, Koweit, Laha<j, Lebanon, 
Morocco, Nijjeria, Palestine, Saudi 
Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Union of 
South Africa, Yemen, Zanzibar. 

& Some awards cover maintenance and 
tuition and some tuition only 

3 Unspecified 

* Approx. 739 28 

Bi Ministry of Education, Cairo 



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103 



EL SALVADOR 



(A 378) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 
Ministry of Culture, Palacio Nacional, 
San Salvador, El Salvador 

Scholarships 
tH Unrestricted 

* Argentina, Chile, France, Mexico, Puerto 
Rico, Spain, U.S.A., Uruguay 

M. Available to nationals of El Salvador; 
qualifications vary according to subject 
being studied. 

4 $50 to $250 per month plus transpor- 
tation, tuition fees, books, etc. 

E 8 months, 1, 2 or 3 years l 

k Approx. 44 2 8 

BH Ministerio de Cultura, Palacio Nacional, 
San Salvador 

(A 379) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 

Ministry of Agriculture, San Salvador, El 

Salvador 

Scholarships 

tt Subjects connected with agriculture 
and animal husbandry 

Unrestricted 

& Available to nationals of El Salvador ; 
must have bachillerato ; on completion 
of scholarships recipients must serve the 
Government. 

Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

E According to study needs 

* Unspecified 23 (13 in 1951-52) 

E8 Subsecretario de Agricultura y Gana- 
deria, San Salvador 

(A 380) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 

Ministry of the Interior, San Salvador, El 

Salvador 

Scholarships 

Ml Generally subjects connected with com- 
munications 

O Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of El Salvador. 

6 Unspecified 

E Unspecified 

* Unspecified 28 (7 in 1951-52) 

EH Ministerio del Interior, San Salvador 

(A 381) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR, 
Ministry of Labour and Social Security: 
2a Avenida Norte 46, San Salvador, El 
Salvador 

Scholarships 
Hi Subjects relating to labour and social 

security matters 

Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, U.S.A. 
M. Available to nationals of El Salvador; 

on completion of studies abroad reci- 



pients are required to serve the Ministry. 

Transportation and maintenance allow- 
ance 

E 2 to 12 months * 

* 12 

IB Ministerio del Trabajo y Prevision 
Social, 2a Avenida Norte 46, San 
Salvador 

(A 382) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 
Ministry of Public Economy, Edificio de la 
Compania del Cafe, San Salvador, El 
Salvador 

Scholarships 

tt Economics and finance 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of El Salvador; 

on completion of scholarships recipient* 

must serve the Government. 
*5 Transportation, maintenance allowance, 

tuition fees 
E Usually 1 year * 
fl Unspecified 2 8 
IS Ministerio de Economia, Edificio de la 

Compania del Cafe, San Salvador 

(A 383) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 

Ministry of Public Works, Palacio Nacional, 

San Salvador, El Salvador 
Scholarships 

ft! Engineering and public works 

& Brazil, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, 
U.S.A. 

JS. Available to nationals of El Salvador; 
age over 18; must have bachillcrato in 
engineering; on completion of scholar- 
ship recipients are required to serve the 
Government. 

<5 $50 to $250 per month plus transport- 
ation 

1 3 months to 2 or 3 years l 

* Approx. 12 2S 

<3i Ministerio de Obras Piiblicaa, Palacio 
Nacional, San Salvador 

(A 384) 

GOVERNMENT OF EL SALVADOR: 
Ministry of Social Affairs and Public 
Health, Palacio Nacional, San Salvador, 
El Salvador 

Scholarships 

tt Medicine and public health admi- 
nistration 

Costa Rica, Cuba, France, Mexico, 
Puerto Rico, Spain, United Kingdom, 
U.S.A., Uruguay 

M Available to nationals of El Salvador ; 
on completion of scholarships recipients 
are required to serve the Government. 



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EL SALVADOR Commit*/ 



A $60 to $250 per month plus transport- 
ation, maintenance, books, etc. 
fi 2 months to 3 years l 



Approx. 33" 

Ministerio de Asistencia Social y Salud 

Piiblica, Palacio Nacional, San Salvador 



FINLAND 



(A 385) 

FINNISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Education, Helsinki, Finland 

Finnish Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Finland 

M Available to nationals of Belgium, 
France, Norway, Sweden, U.S.S.O., 
United Kingdom, who are pursuing, or 
have completed, university studies. 

<5 Fmk. 140,000 

IS. 4 months 

J 6 a 3 : 1 to each country 

CS United Kingdom: The British Council, 
65 Davies Street, London W.I; other 
countries: Ministry of Education 

(A 386) 

FINNISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Education, Helsinki, Finland 

Finnish Government Scholarship 

ft Unrestricted 

& Finland 

A Available to nationals of Iceland who 
are pursuing, or have completed, uni- 
versity studies. 

<$ Fmk.245,000 

S 8 months 

* I 28 

ES Ministry of Education, Reykjavik 

(A 387) 

FINNISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Helsinki, Finland 

Finnish Government Scholarship 
ft Unrestricted 
9 Finland 
jg, Available to nationals of Italy who are 

pursuing, or have completed, university 

studies. 

4$ Fmk.200,000 
B 8 or 4 months 

i 1 of 8 months or 2 of 4 months 2 8 
ES Direzione Generate delle Relazioni Cul- 

turali, Ministero degli Aflari Esteri, 

Piazza Firenze 27, Rome 

(A 388) 

FINNISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Helsinki, Finland 

Finnish State Awards for Promoting 

Science and Arts 
A Science, arts 



9 Unrestricted 

A Available to Finnish nationals; 100 
awards are given each year to young 
scientists and artists (75 to scientists 
and 25 to artists) and the same number 
is given every third year for mature 
persons. 

<i Fmk.302,400 

M 1 year for young scientists and artists, 
3 years for mature persons 

ft 200 a 8 : 150 in science, 50 in arts 

Bi Candidate's own university or college 

(A 389) 

FINNISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Helsinki, Finland 

State Awards for Finnish Journalists 
ttfi .Journalism 
Unrestricted 
491 Available to journalists of Finnish 

nationality. 

A Fmk.30,000 to 80,000 
H Unspecified 
A Approx. 10 2S 
E8 Ministry of Education, Helsinki 

(A 390) 

EMIL AALTONEN FOUNDATION, Tam- 
pere, Finland 

Emil Aaltosen Fund 
AS) All scientific fields 
Unrestricted 
4SL Available to Finnish nationals; must 

be graduates with experience in some 

scientific subject. 
Fmk.100,000 to 500,000 
B 1 year 
* Approx. 40 23 
Eg Emil Aaltosen Saiitio, Tampere, from 

1 to 28 February 

(A 391) 

WALTER AIILSTROM'S FOUNDATION 
FOR TRAINING ENGINEERS FOR 
FINNISH INDUSTRY, Et. Esplanaadink. 
14, Helsinki, Finland 

Walter Ahlstrom's Foundation Awards 
ftt Pulp-, paper- and wood-working indus- 
try; electrical and metal industry; 
shipbuilding ; production of machi- 
nery; economical power production 
6 Unrestricted 
JL Available to Finnish nationals; age 



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FINLAND Continued 



limit 34; usually required to have taken 
college course in technology and to 
have had 2 years* practical experience 
after final examination. 

4 Fmk.30,000 to 200,000 

M* Usually 9 months 

A Approx. 4 to 6 a * 

ER Walter Ahlstromin Siiati5 Suomen 
teollisuuden palvelukseen valmistau- 
tuvia insinooreja varten Walter Ahl- 
stroms stiftelse for uthildande for 
ingenj6rerf6r Finlanda industri, Jur. lie. 
Bengt G. Rehbinder, c/o A. Ahlstrom 
Osakeyhtid t. Esplanaadink. 14, 
Helsinki 

(A 392) 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF 
RHEUMATIC DISEASES, Liisankatu 16, 
A, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 
tt Treatment of rheumatic diseases 

and care of rheumatic invalids 

Finland and abroad 

Jft Available to Finnish physicians, nurses, 

medical masseurs and social workers. 
4 Fmk.50,000 to 300,000 
E 2 to 6 months 

Unspecified 2 3 

Bi Reumaliitto-Reumaforbundet r.y., 
Liisankatu 16. A, Helsinki 

(A 393) 

CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF SWEDISH- 
SPEAKING SCIENTISTS IN FINLAND, 

1 Boulevarden, Helsinki, Finland 

Grants 
tt Scientific research 

Generally unrestricted but some of the 
grants are specially for study in Swit- 
zerland and U.S.A. 

4ft Available to Swedish-speaking younger 

scientists in Finland. 
& Approx. Fmk. 100,000 
I J year 
A Approx. 30 28 
Hi Svenska Vetenskapliga Centralradet, 

1 Boulevarden, Helsinki 

(A 394) 

CENTRAL UNION OF FINLAND FOR 
CHILD WELFARE, Armfeltintie 1, 
Helsinki, Finland 

Grants 
tt Child and youth welfare 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Finnish nationals who are 
engaged in child or youth welfare work 
and who plan to develop the standard 
of work in Finland. 

4 Unspecified 

E Unspecified 

A Unspecified * * 

Lastensuojelun Keskusliitto, Armfel- 
tintie, 1 Helsinki 



(A 395) 
CHEESE PRODUCERS' FOUNDATION, 

Albertinkatu 34. A. 8, Helsinki, Finland 
Scholarships 

tt Dairy research 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to nationals of Finland who 
are working in the dairy trade. 

& Fmk. 100,000 to 200,000 

IS Unspecified 

Unspecified 28 

EH Juustonvalmistajain SiiiitiS, Albertin- 
katu 34.A.8, Helsinki 

(A 396) 
CHEMICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 

Kalevankatu 56 b, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 
tt Biochemistry 
Finland and abroad 
4ft Available to young Finnish scientists 

who have worked in the Biochemical 

Institute of the Foundation. 
& Fmk.200,000 to 500,000 

5 Usually 1 year 
ft 6 to 10 a3 

BS Kemiantutkimus-SaatiS, Kalevankatu 
56 b, Helsinki 

(A 397) 

CULTURAL FUND FOR PROMOTING 
FINNISH ECONOMIC LIFE AND EDU- 
CATION, Vuorikatu 4, Helsinki, Finland 
Cultural Fund for Promoting Finnish 
Economic Life and Education 
tt I'nrestrietrd provided it furthers the 

object of the Fund 
9 Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Finnish nationals, prefer- 
ably young men having a commercial 
degree, but also available to other 
Finnish persons capable of promoting 
Finnish economic interests. Awards are 
given for promoting economic educa- 
tion arid supporting further advanced 
economic studies. 

6 Fmk.50,000 to 300,000 
ffl 2 to 12 months 

* Approx. 25 to 30 8 3 

ES Suomalainen Liikesivistysrahasto, Vuo- 
rikatu 4, Helsinki, during January to 
March 

(A 398) 

ETELASUOMALAINEN OSAKUNTA, 
Finland 

Etelasuomalainen Osakunta Scholarship 
tt 1'iirest.riet cd 

Finland: Etelasuomalainen Osakunta 
4ft Available to students of Studentenes 

Fellesutvalg, Oslo, Nonvay, and to 
students of Stockholm College, Uppsala, 
Sweden, in exchange for similar awards 
offered in Norway and Sweden to stu- 
dents of Etelasuomalainen Osakunta. 
4 Maintenance and pocket-money 



106 



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K 1 month or 2 weeks 
ft 2 of 1 month or 4 of 2 weeks * 
Hi First Curator, Studentenes Fellesutvalg, 

Oslo, or First Curator, Stockholm 

Nation, Uppsala 

(A 399) 

FINNISH ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 
Ateneum, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 

Ml Paint imj, sculpture, drawing 
$) Unrestricted 
J| Available to Finnish nationals who 

have considerable artistic ability. 
4 Fmk.35,000 to 250,000 
JR. 1 year 

* Approx. 20 2 * 

Hi Suomen Taideakatemia, Ateneum, Hel- 
sinki 

(A 400) 

FINNISH-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, 
Kaisaniemenkatu 13. A, Helsinki, Finland 

Travel Grants 
fit Unrestricted 

* U.S.A. 

4t Available to Finnish nationals who are 
students at the University of Helsinki. 

6 Fmk. 100,000 

B Unspecified 

ft 2 23 

ffl Finnish-American Association, Kaisa- 
niemenkatu 13. A, Helsinki 

(A 401) 

FINNISH CULTURE FOUNDATION, 
Bulevardi 5, Helsinki, Finland 

Finnish Culture Foundation Awards 
M Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Finnish nationals; must 
have certain scientific or artistic compe- 
tence. Awards are given to promote and 
foster Finnish culture. 

4 Fmk.100,000 to 500,000 

1 Usually 1 year 1 
ft Approx. 30 2 * 

01 Suonien Kulttuurirahasto, Bulevardi 5. 
Helsinki, from 15 December to 15 
January 

(A 402) 

FINNISH PHYSICIANS' SOCIETY, 
Yrjonkatu 17, Helsinki, Finland 

Fellowships 
M Medicine 
Unrestricted 

M, Available to members of the Society. 
4 Fmk.100,000 to 200,000 
4ft 1 year 

* Approx. 10 to 20 2 3 
0| Suomalainen Liiakiiriseura Duodecim, 

Yrjdnkatu 17, Helsinki, by 15 September 



(A 403) 

HENRY FORD TRUST, Postbox No. 46, 

Helsinki, Finland 
Grants 

(ft Mechanical transport and agricul- 
tural machinery 

Unrestricted 

4fl Available to Finnish nationals; awards 
are to further the development in 
Finland of mechanical transport and 
agricultural machinery. 

& Approx. Fmk.100,000 to 400,000 

TS. Usually 1 year 

ft Approx. 3 to 5 2 8 

Bi Henry Fordin SaiitiS Henry Ford 
Stiftelsen, Postbox No. 46, Helsinki, 
preferably during January and February 

(A 404) 

FOUNDATION FOR CHRISTIAN CUL- 
TURE, Runeberginkatu 58 b, Helsinki, 
Finland 

Scholarships 

IBA Studies for promoting Christian cul- 
ture (Christian education, ethics of 
economic and social life, etc.) 
Unrestricted 

JSI Available to Finnish nationals. 
Fmk.125,000 to 250,000 
H 1 to 2 years 

* 1 or 2 23 

@i Kristilliscn Kulttuurin Saatift, Runeber- 
ginkatu 58 b, Helsinki 

(A 405) 

FOUNDATION FOR NURSING EDUCA- 
TION, Tukholinankatu 5, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarship 
0t Nursing 
& Unrestricted 

A Available to Finnish nurses. 
<l Frnk. 100,000 
IS Unspecified 

* 1 or more 23 (Fmk.100,000 is the total 
amount and may be given as one 
complete scholarship or several smaller 
ones) 

E9 Sairaanhoitajien Koulutussaatio, Sai- 
raanhoitajaopisto, Tukholmaukatu 5, 
Helsinki 

(A 406) 

NIILO HELANDER FOUNDATION, 
Bulevardi 5, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
491 Available to Finnish nationals; must 

have a certain scientific, artistic or 

commercial competence. 
<* Fmk.100,000 to 200,000 
B Usually 1 year 
A 3 or 4 



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M Niilo Helanderin Saati6, Bulevardi 5, 
Helsinki, between 15 February and 
H March 

(A 407) 

UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, Helsinki, 
Finland 

Herman Rosenberg Travel Grants Fund 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
jfl[ Available to Finnish nationals who are 

matriculated at the University of 

Helsinki. 

A Fmk. 80,000 p.a. 
E 3 years 

* 5 

M Consistorium, University of Helsinki, 
Helsinki 

(A 408) 

UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, Helsinki, 
Finland 

Scholarships 
tt Research work 
U.S.A. 
J8L Available to Finnish nationals who are 

graduates or undergraduates of the 

University of Helsinki. 
& Fmk.100,000 
X 1 year 
ft 2* 3 
Hi University of Helsinki, Helsinki 

(A 409) 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL FOUNDATION, 

Huopalahdenkatu 1, Helsinki, Finland 
Grants 

tt Industrial medicine 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Finland. 

6 Fmk.10,000 to 400,000 

S Unspecified 

ft Approx. 10 2S 

Hi Ammattilaaketieteen Saatio, Huopa- 
lahdenkatu 1, Helsinki 

(A 410) 

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Hel- 
sinki, Finland 

Governmental Grants 
tt Technology 
Unrestricted 

JflL Available to Finnish nationals; must 
be graduates who intend to become 
teachers* at the Institute of Technology. 
Awards are intended to strengthen the 
level of the teaching staff at the Insti- 
tute of Technology. 
<$ Fmk.20,000 to 200,000 
X 2 to 12 months 1 

* 10 98 

Bi Office of the Institute of Technology, 
Helsinki 



(A 411) 

ALFRED KORDELIN FOUNDATION, 

Hallitusk 1, Helsinki, Finland 

Alfred Kordelin Foundation Awards 

tt Unrestricted 

@ Unrestricted 

A Available to Finnish nationals; must 
have certain scientific or artistic compe- 
tence. Awards are given to promote 
Finnish science, literature, art and 
public education. 

& Fmk.40,000 to 100,000 

SI 2 to 6 months l 

ft 25 to 30 a 8 

m Alfred Kordelinin Saatio, Hallitusk 1, 
Helsinki, from 8 August to 8 September 

(A 412) 

SIGRID JUSELIUS FOUNDATION, Alek- 
santermkatu 48 B, Helsinki, Finland 

Sigrid Juseliu? Awards 
M Medical research 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Finnish nationals at 
present and will probably be available 
to other nationals in the future; must be 
qualified physicians. Awards are to 
promote medical research to fight 
diseases pernicious to mankind. 
<S Fmk. 100,000 to 425,000 

5 1 year 1 
ft 5 or 6 2 s 

E5 Sigrid Juselius Stiftelse, Aleksanterin- 
katu 48 B, Helsinki, in January or 
February 

(A 413) 

NAVIGATION FOUNDATION, c/o Naval 

Section of the Board of Trade, Aleksante- 

rink 3, Helsinki, Finland 

Navigation Foundation Awards 

tt Shinbuildiiifj, murltimc commerce, 
navigation teaching, pilotage and 
research connected with navigation 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Finnish nationals. Awards 
are for promoting and supporting 
Finnish navigation and shipbuilding. 

<5 Fmk. 100,000 to 200,000 

ffi 6 to 12 months l 

* 3 to 5 2 8 

E& Merunkulun Saatio, c/o Kauppa- ja 
teollisuusministerion, Merenkulkusasto, 
Aleksanterink 3, Helsinki, by January 

(A 414) 

NORDEN ASSOCIATION, Fabiansgt. 29, 
Helsinki, Finland 

Donor: Finnish Government 

Scholarships 

M Studies at people's high schools 
Finland 
A Available to nationals of Denmark, 

Iceland, Norway, Sweden. 

6 Fmk.20,000 

O 1 academic year 



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FINLAND Continued 



A 3 * 

H Norden Association in candidate's own 
country 

(A 415) 

NYLAND COLLEGE, Helsinki University, 
Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Finland 
M Available to university students from 

Denmark, Faroe Islands, Germany, 

leeland, Norway, Sweden, United 

Kin <pl<> 1 11. 

4* Frnk.12,500 per month plus lorlging 
X 1 month for Scandinavians, 2 months 

for others 

* 6* 3 

ES Nylands Nation, Helsinki 

(A 416) 

LITERARY FOUNDATION OF THE 
O T A VA PUBLISHING COMPANY, Uuden- 
maankatu 10, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 

tt Literature and book production 
W Unrestricted 
M, Available to Finnish nationals; awards 

are given to develop Finnish literature 

and art. 

A Approx. Fmk. 100,000 
SI Unspecified 

* 1 or 2 2 3 

69 Kustannusosakeyhtid FOtavan Kirja- 
siiatio, Uudenmaankatu 10, Helsinki 

(A 417) 

OUTOKUMPU LTD. FOUNDATION, c/o 

Institute of Technology, Helsinki, Finland 
Outokumpu Mining Company Awards 

tt Research and teaching of milling, 
metallurgy, (jcolojjy 

@ Unrestricted 

JEl Generally available to Finnish nationals 
only, though an outstanding teacher 
from abroad may be invited to the 
Institute of Technology; Finnish can- 
didates must be outstanding students or 
teachers at the Institute of Technology. 

& Fmk.400,000 p.a. 

B 3 years 

ft 2 every 3 years 

6S Outokumpu OY: n Saatio, c/o Teknil- 
liricn Korkeakoulu, Helsinki 

(A 418) 

WERNER SODERSTRftM LIMITED, 
Bulevardi 12, Helsinki, Finland 

Literary Fund 

tt Fiction and scientific literature 
Unrestricted 
JB, Available to Finnish nationals; awards 



are given for the completion of some 

literary or scientific work. 
4$ Fmk.80,000 to 240,000 
ffl 1 year 
ft Approx. 40 a 8 
Bi Werner Soderstrom O.Y., Bulevardi 12, 

Helsinki 

(A 419) 

STATE COMMITTEE OF HUMANISTIC 
SCIENCES, Hallituskatu 1, Helsinki, 
Finland 

Grants 
til Historical, philological, theological , 

juridical and social sciences 
Unrestricted 
A Available to Finnish nationals who 

have demonstrated ability to carry out 

research work in subject of study, 
& Frnk.80,000 to 200,000 
BI 1 year 
* Approx. 45 2 3 
E9 State Committee of Humanistic Science*, 

Hallituskatu 1, Helsinki 

(A 420) 

STATE NATURAL SCIENCES COUNCIL, 
Helsinki, Finland 

Grants 

tt Natural sciences 
Unrestricted 
<& Available to Finnish nationals of 

proved scientific competence. 
<$ Unspecified 
SI Approx. 1 year 
ft Unspecified 2 3 
E3 Valtion Luonnontieteellinen toimikunta, 

Helsinki 

(A 421) 

JULIUS TALLBERG STUDY LOAN 

FOUNDATION, Nordiska Foreningsban- 

ken, Helsinki, Finland 
Study Loans 

tt Commercial and technical studies 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Finnish nationals who 
have taken a degree at a commercial 
or technical college. 

& Fmk.100,000 to 200,000 

Hi Unspecified 

ft Unspecified 2 3 

gH V. Hiiradshovding Lars Homen, Nor- 
diska Foreningsbanken, Helsinki 

(A 422) 

TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION, Aleksan- 
terinkatu 3, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarships 

tt Fiitjineeriii}], technology 
Finland and abroad 
A Available to Finnish nationals; must 

have degree in engineering. 



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4 Usually Fmk.100,000 to 300,000 
B 1 year or less 
A Approx. 40 * s 

E9 Tekniikan Edistamissaatio, Aleksante- 
rinkatu 3, Helsinki, in March 

(A 423) 

UNION OF FINNISH JOURNALISTS, 
YrjSnkatu 11 A 3, Helsinki, Finland 

Study Fund 
IB Journalism 
O Unrestricted 

M. Available to Finnish journalists. 
Unspecified 
B Unspecified 
A Unspecified 2 * 
EH Suornen Sanomalehtimiesten Liitto, 

Yrjoiikatu 11 A 3, Helsinki 

(A 424) 

UNION OF FINNISH JOURNALISTS, 
Yrjonkatu 11 A 3, Helsinki, Finland 

Hankkija Fund 
II Agricultural journalism 
9 Unrestricted 
J8L Available to Finnish nationals. Award 

is made to further the education of 

agricultural editors. 
A Fmk.24,000 
fit Unspecified 

* 1 

19 Suomen Sanomalehtimiesten Liitto, 
Yrjonkatu 11 A 3, Helsinki 

(A 425) 

ARCHITECT VAINO VAHAKALLIO 
FUND, c/o Office of the Institute of Tech- 
nology, Helsinki, Finland 

Architect Vaino Yahakallio Fund 
fll Architecture 
9 Unrestricted 
J& Available to male Finnish nationals who 

are architects. 
& Frnk. 100,000 
Unspecified 

* 1 

Bi Arkkitehti Vaino Vahakallion Stipen- 
dirahasto, c/o Teknillisen Korkeakou- 
lun Kanslia, Helsinki, by time advertised 
in the Journal of the Union of Architects 

(A 426) 

VIIPURILAINEN OSAKUNTA, Manner- 
heimintie 5, Helsinki, Finland 

Scholarship 
II I Unrestricted 

* Finland 



M Available to a Swedish student from 
Wastmanlands-Dala College, Uppsala. 
4 Fmk.30,000 
B 1 month 

* 1 ** 

E9 Yiipurilainen Osakunta, Helsinki 

(A 427) 

LEO AND REGINA WAINSTEIN FOUN- 
DATION, c/o Mr. Gote Holmberg (Trea- 
surer), Tehtaankatu 25B, Helsinki, Finland 

Leo and Regina Wainstein Foundation 

Awards 
tf Unrestricted, subject to approval of 

the Foundation 
Finland and abroad 
fll Available to Finnish nationals. 
& Fmk.30,000 to 50,000 
O Unspecified 

* 6 to 10 * 

E3 Leo ja Regina Wainstcinin Saatio, c/o 
Mr. Gote Holmberg (Treasurer), Teh- 
taankatu 25B, Helsinki, in October 

(A 428) 

JENNY AND ANTTI WIHURI FOUN- 
DATION, Kulosaarentie 44, Helsinki, Fin- 
land 

Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation 
Awards 

tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Finnish nationals; must 
have certain scientific or artistic compe- 
tence. Awards are given for promoting 
and supporting Finnish intellectual and 
economic interests. 
& Fmk.100,000 to 300,000 
SI 3 to 12 months 

* Approx. 30 to 40 2 s 

IS Jenny ja Aritti Wihurin Rahasto, Kulo- 
saarentie 44, Helsinki, from May to 
July 

(A 429) 

WIHURI INSTITUTE,!. Kaivopuisto 23 b, 
Helsinki, Finland 

Awards 

II Medical research, biochemistry 
$ Finland: Wihuri Institute 
A Available to nationals of all countries 

who are qualified to undertake medical 

research work. 
rf Research facilities 
2 3 to 12 months 
jfe Unspecified 8 3 
E8 Wihurin Tutkimuslaitos, I. Kaivopuisto 

23 b, Helsinki 



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(A 430) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Cultural Relations Depart- 
ment, 37 quai d'Orsay. Paris- 7 e , France 

French Government Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 
France 

Jfl Available to nationals of Afghanistan, 
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bel- 
gium, EJolivia, Brazil, British West 
Indies, Burma, Canada, Ceylon, 
Chile, Colombia, Costa Biea, Cuba, 
Denmark, Dominican 1 5 ('public, 
Ecuador, Kgypt, El Salvador, Ethio- 
pia, Finland, Germany, Greece, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Hashemi! e Jor- 
dan, Honduras, Iceland, India, 
Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, 
Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Leba- 
non, Liberia, Libya, Luxembourg, 
Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nether- 
lands, IMcw Zealand, Nicaragua, 
Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Para- 
guay, Peru, Philippines, Portugal,, 
Saudi Arabia, Spain, Siveden, 
Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Tuni- 
sia, Turkey, Union of South Africa, 
United Kingdom, U.S.A., Uruguay, 
Venezuela, Yugoslavia; must have at 
least equivalent of baccalaureate for 
U.S. applicants age limit is 30. 
4$ 25,000 Fr. frs. per month plus tuition 
fees and special accommodation allow- 
ance if cost of room exceeds 6,000 per 
month and part transportation 
X 1 month to several years; 1 

* 7,500 months of fellowships 2 3 

GH Office of French diplomatic represen- 
tative in candidate'* own country, 
generally before I ft f aye U.K.: The 
British Council (Education Division), 
65 Davies Street, London W.I ; U.S.A.: 
Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
by 1 February 

(A 431) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Economic and Financial 
Affairs Department, 37 quai d'Orsay, 
Paris-7 e , France 

(a) Scholarships for Practical and Aca- 
demic Technical Training 

(b) Scholarships for Practical Training 
in Public Administration 

tt Technical training, public adminis- 
tration 

France 

J| Available to nationals of countries in 



Latin America, the Middle East, 
South and South-East AsSa, and 
Africa; age over 18; for academic 
training, must have completed at least 
secondary school studies and for practi- 
cal training, must in addition have some 
practical experience in the field of 
training being taken; awards are inten- 
ded to give further training to young 
technicians and workers in public 
administration so that they may help 
the economic development of their 
countries. 

5 Covers maintenance, tuition fees and 
one-way transportation from France 
back to own country. Scholars taking 
practical training also receive travel 
expenses in France 

1 to 6 months for practical training or 
1 academic year for academic training * 

* 60 (probably 80 in 1953-54) 

05 French diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country, by May for 
academic training 

(A 432) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, 37 quai d'Orsay, Paris-7 e , 
France 

Unesco-French Government Fellowship 
2$ Unrestricted 
France 
A Available to nationals of Korea who 

are teachers, students or technicians. 

6 40,000 Fr. frs. per month plus tuition 
fees, lodging allowance and payment of 
one-way travel 

2 6 months 

* 1 

ES Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pusan 

(A 433) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Cultural Relations Depart- 
ment, 37 quai d'Orsay, Paris-7 e , France 

French Government Scholarships 
BJSl Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
J& Available to French nationals; znnst 

have university degree (licence or its 

equivalent). 
<$ Maintenance allowance and partial 

transportation 
31 1 to 10 months 1 

* 850 months of scholarships a * 

EH Direction Generate dcs Relations Cultu- 
relles, 37 quai d'Orsay, Paris-? , 6y 
31 March 



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FRANCE Continued 



(A 434) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
National Education, 110 rue de Crenelle, 
Paris- 7 e , France 

Travel Scholarships 
At Unrestricted 

Mainly Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, 
Switzerland, United Kingdom 

Jii Available to French secondary school 
teachers who teach languages or literary 
subjects; awards are given to widen the 
cultural outlook of recipients. 

20,000 to 30,000 Fr. frs. 

E 4 weeks during summer vacation 

A 170 28 

Headmaster of candidate's school, by 
15 March 

(A 435) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
National Education, 110 rue de Grenelle, 
Paris- 7 e , France 
Scholarships 
(0 Secondary school subjects 

United Kingdom: Lycce Fran<jais, Lon- 
don 

Jft Available to French secondary school 
pupils; age 15 to 20; must show out- 
standing scholastic aptitude; awards are 
to enable recipients to continue their 
normal studies while perfecting their 
knowledge of the English language. 

Covers maintenance and tuition 

M 1 academic year 

5 

Headmaster of candidate's school 

(A 436) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: High Commis- 
sion of France in Germany, Department of 
Cultural Affairs, Mainz, Germany 

Scholarships for Study in France 
tt Unrestricted 

France 

<tt Available to German university students 
from the Federal German Republic or 
from the Western Sector of Berlin, for 
university studies; age 20 to 26, 

& 25,000 Fr. frs. per month plus tuition 
fees, lodging allowance and transport- 
ation from France back to Germany 

E 8 months 

100 * 

i Auslandsamt of candidate's own uni- 
versity, in January 

(A 437) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: High Com- 
mission of France in Germany, Department 
of Cultural Affairs, Mainz, Germany 

Vacation Course Scholarships in France 
tt Unrestricted 

France 

M. Available to German students from the 
Federal German Republic or from the 
Western Sector of Berlin, to enable 



them to attend vacation courses 
organized by French universities. 

& 25,000 Fr. frs. plus tuition fees, lodging 
allowance and 1,000 Fr.frs. towards 
fare from France back to Germany 

B 1 month 

* Approx. 200 2 8 

BS Auslandsamt of candidate's own uni- 
versity, by 1 March 

(A 438) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: High Com- 
mission of France in Germany, Department 
of Cultural Affairs, Mainz, Germany 

Scholarships 

tt Subjects taught in normal schools 
France 

Jft Available to German student teachers 
from the Federal German Republic 
to enable them to have a period of 
study at normal schools in France; 
age 16 to 23. 

6 Transportation and maintenance 
OH 3 months 

* 100 * 8 

Bi Candidate's own college, 4 months 
before going to France 

(A 439) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: High Com- 
mission of France in Saar, Department of 
Cultural Affairs, Saarbriicken, Saar 

Scholarships for Study in France 
tt Unrestricted 
France 

A Available to nationals of Saar to 
enable them to pursue secondary, 
technical or university studies in France, 
& Approx. 16,000 to 120,000 Fr. frs. 
JD 8 months 

* Approx. 100 23 

Bi Haut Commissariat de France en Sarre, 
Direction des Relations Culturelles, 
Saarbriicken, from 1 September to 
15 October 

(A 440) 

ATLANTIQUE, 16 rue St. Guillaume, 

Paris- 7 e , France 

Social Workers* Training 

tt Social service 

6 France, U.S.A. % 

Jl Available to nationals of France and 
U.S.A. who are social welfare workers; 
age 25 to 45; must have university 
education and some years of practical 
experience in social work; recipients 
undertake training in social welfare 
institutions abroad. Awards are intended 
to further understanding between 
France and U,S.A. 

4 60,000 Fr. frs. in France or $600 in 
U.S.A. Maintenance is usually provided 
by the social service institution with 
which recipient is placed and if there 



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are tuition fees Atlantique pays them 
1 academic year 1 
ft 6 88 (3 in each country) 

France: Atlantique, 16 rue St. Guil- 
laume, Paris-? 6 ; U.S.A.: Atlantique, 
934 Fifth Avenue, New Yorkj 

(A 441) 

CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL 
EXCHANGES, 21 rue Beranger, Paris-3, 
France 

Travelling Fellowships 
M Arts, science, education 

Various countries 

M Available to nationals of France, aged 
under 30 and members of the Centre 
for International Exchanges. Award is 
intended to enable recipients to go 
abroad and contact specialists in their 
field of interest. 

4 15,000 Fr. frs. 

B Approx. 1 month 

ft Unspecified a 8 

Centre d'Echanges Internationaux, 21 
rue Beranger, Paris-3 e 

(A 442) 

CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL 
EXCHANGES, 21 rue Beranger, Paris-3 e , 
France 

Travelling Fellowships 
tt Arts, Hcicnce, education 

France and French overseas territories 
M Available to nationals of various 

countries, aged under 30 and "Friends" 
of the Centre for International 
Exchanges. Award is intended to enable 
recipients to visit France and contact 
specialists in their field of interest. 

4 15,000 Fr. frs. 

ff Approx. 1 month 

ft Unspecified 83 

Centre d'fichanges Internationaux, 21 
rue Beranger, Paris-3 e 

(A 443) 

FRENCH COMMITTEE OF THE WORLD 
UNIVERSITY SERVICE, 6 rue de Tour- 
non, Paris-6 e , France 

Donors: French Government and World 

University Service 

Grants for Refugee Students in France 
M Unrestricted 

France 

M Available to refugee students in France; 
age approx. 20 to 30; preference given 
to students who have almost completed 
their studies. 

6 15,000 Fr. frs. per month 

I 10 months l 

ft Approx. 550 

Entr'aide Universitaire Franchise, 6 rue 
de Tournon, Paris-6 e , in September 



(A 444) 

INSTITUTE OF FRENCH STUDIES, 
Abbaye de Royaumont, par Asnieres-sur* 
Oise, Seine-et-Oise, France 

Courses in French Culture 
II French culture 

France: Institute of French Studies, 
Royaumont 

M Available to nationals of all countries 
who are teachers of French literature, 
research workers specializing in French 
questions or students who are about to 
undertake studies at French univer- 
sities. 

4 Variable: may cover complete mainte- 
nance and tuition 

]j 1 or 2 weeks (during August and Decem- 
ber for teachers and research workers; 
during October and November for 
students) 

ft Unspecified 2 8 

Ins ti tut Collegial d' Etudes Franchises, 
Abbaye de Royaumont, par Asnieres- 
sur-Oise (Seine-et-Oise) 

(A 445) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC 

RESEARCH (CNRS), 13 quai Anatole- 

France, Paris-? 6 , France 
CNRS Grants 

tt Unrestricted 

9 Unrestricted 

M. Available to French nationals who are 
research workers of proven ability, 
for the purpose of continuing specific 
research projects in countries outside 
France. 

<$ In Italy, 75.000 lire per month: in Spain, 
3,000 pesetas per month; in Switzerland, 
450 Sw. frs. per month; in U.S.A., 
$250 per month; in U.K.. and other 
Nordic countries, 40 or equivalent 
per month 

O Varies, maximum 2 years 

ft Unspecified * 3 

H Centre National de la Recherche Scien- 
tifique, 13 quai Anatole-France, Paris-7, 
preferably by 1 March or 15 September 
for the following academic year 

(A 446) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC 
RESEARCH (CNRS), 13 quai Anatole- 
France, Paris-? 6 , France 

Exchange Fellowships with (a) Italy, 
(b) United Kingdom 
tt (a) Scientific research 

(b) Natural sciences and medicine 
6 France 

M, Available to nationals of Italy and 
United Kingdom who are scientific 
research workers of proven ability, in 
exchange for similar facilities for French 



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research workers offered by the National 
Research Council in Rome, the British 
Council, London University and the 
Medical Research Council in London. 

& (a) 30,000 to 35,000 Fr. fr. per month 
(b) Approx. 40 per month in French 
francs 

E (a) Unspecified; (b) Approx. 1 year 1 

* (a) Unspecified a 8 ; (b) 6 a 8 

(a) Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, 
7 Piazza delle Scienze, Rome; (b) The 
British Council, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I, London University, Lon- 
don W.C.I, or The Medical Research 
Council, 38 Old Queen Street, London 
S.W.I, by 15 January 

(A 447) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC 
RESEARCH (CNRS), 13 quai Anatole- 
France, Paris-? 6 , France 

Exchange Fellowships for Scientific Re- 
search 
M Scientific research 

France 

M Available to Belgian, Netherlands 
and Swiss nationals who are scientific 
research workers of proven ability, in 
exchange for similar facilities for French 
research workers offered by the Belgian 
Government, the Netherlands Organiza- 
tion for Scientific Research and the 
Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. 

A Covers maintenance, transportation and 
facilities for research work at the CNRS 
in Paris 

E Varies in individual cases * 

A Unspecified 23 ; as the conventions 
between the CNRS and (a) Belgium, 
(b) the Netherlands Organization for 
Scientific Research and (c) the Federal 
Institute of Technology provide for 
exchanges of (a) 60 months, (b) 30 
months and (c) 20 months of fellowships 
in an academic year, number awarded 
depends on the duration of each award 

Belgium: Ministere de Tlnstruction 
Publique, Residence Palace, rue de la 
Loi, Brussels; Netherlands: Nederlandse 
Organisatie voor Zuiver Wetenschap- 
pelijk Onderzoek, Lange Voorhout 60, 
The Hague; Switzerland: cole Poly- 
technique Federale, Zurich 

(A 448) 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE, 
3 rue Leon Bonnat, Paris-16 e , France 

Exchange Fellowships 
tt Medical research 

France 

A Available to Belgian nationals; gener- 
ally awarded to candidates having a 
degree in medicine. 

& Varies in each case 

E Varies in each case 

it Unspecified * 8 ; as the convention be- 



tween the Institute and Belgium provides 
for exchanges of 9 months of fellow- 
ships, the number awarded depends on 
the duration of each award 
Ministere de Tlnstruction Publique, 
Residence Palace, rue de la Loi, 
Brussels 

(A 44$) 
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE, 

3 rue Leon Bonnat, Paris- 16, France 
Exchange Fellowships 

tt Medical research 

Q France 

Jl Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom; must be medical graduate 
of at least 1 year's standing and prefer- 
ence is given to candidates likely to 
take up teaching appointments; awards 
are given in exchange for those given 
by the Ciba Foundation, London, for 
nationals of France. 

& Approx. equivalent of 50 per month 

E 2 to 4 months 

* 3 to 6 2 *; as the agreement between the 
Institute and the Ciba Foundation 
provides for exchanges of 12 months of 
fellowships, the number awarded de- 
pends on the duration of each award 

Hi Ciba Foundation, 41 Portland Place, 
London W.I 

(A 450) 

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AGRICUL- 
TURE OF RENNES, 65 rue de Saint- 
Brieuc, Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, France 

Vacation Training Visits 
M Agricultural subjects 

* France 

M. Available to agricultural students from 
Belgium, Denmark, Germany, 
Netherlands, Sweden, United King- 
dom, and U.S.A., to enable them to 
have practical experience on Frencli 
farms and with agricultural associations. 

& 3,000 Fr. frs. plus maintenance in return 
for services 

E Approx. 1 month during summer 
vacation 

* 4 or 5 

ficole Nationale d'Agriculture, 65 rue 
de Saint-Brieuc, Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, 
by 1 May 

(A 451) 

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF HORTICUL- 
TURE OF VERSAILLES, 4 rue Hardy, 
Versailles, France 

Scholarships for Practical Training 
tt Subjects connected with the production, 
preservation and marketing of horti- 
cultural products 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to French nationals; age 
limit 30; awards are given to the 



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2 students at the School having highest 
marks in the examinations. 

50,000 Fr. frs. 

ff 1 year 

H. 2 s8 

BB ficole Nationale d 'Horticulture de Ver- 
sailles, 4 rue Hardy, Versailles 

(A 452) 

NATIONAL UNION OF SOROPTIM1ST 

CLUBS OF FRANCE, 19 boulevard de la 

Soinme, Paris-17 e , France 
Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

6 France 

J Available to members of the national 
Federations of Soroptimist Clubs in the 
United Kingdom and U.S.A. 

50,000 Fr. frs. plus maintenance 

SI 1 month 

* 2 2 3 : 1 to each country 

United Kingdom: Federation of Soropti- 
mist Clubs of Great Britain and Ireland, 
63 Bayswater Road, London W.2; 
U.S.A.: American Federation of Sorop- 
timist Clubs, 618 W. Lehigh Avenue, 
Philadelphia 33, Pennsylvania 

(A 453) 

ORGANIZATION OF FRENCH MINES, 
Labour and Social Organization Service, 
9 avenue Percier, Paris-8 e , France 

International Exchange of Mining Stu- 
dents 
tt Mining 

France 

M. Available to IJrilisli mining graduates 
or trainees nominated by the British 
National Coal Board. The exchanges are 
arranged by the British National Coal 
Board and the Organization of French 
Mines in order to broaden the practical 
experience of mining graduates and 
trainees. The Organization of French 
Mines arranges visits to mines, mining 
engineering worts, welfare and rehabili- 
tation centres, etc. 

& Maintenance and personal allowance. 
The National Coal Board pays transpor- 
tation 

8 Usually 4 to 6 weeks during summer 
vacation 

20 2 

V Candidates are nominated by the 
British National Coal Board 

(A 454) 

PAUL BAERWALD SCHOOL OF SOCIAL 
WORK, 47 rue du Pare de Clagny, Ver- 
sailles, France 

Donor: American Joint Distribution 

Committee 

Scholarships 



tt Social work 

France: Paul Baerwald School of Social 
Work 

M. Available to nationals of countries 
outside of the Western Hemisphere in 
which Jewish Communities request 
the training of a person for social 
agencies in existence or in development; 
age 21 to 45; must have had at least 
12 years of schooling and some practical 
experience in social work or related 
fields; application must be sponsored 
by a Jewish Community or social service 
agency. Recipient must return to his 
Community for at least 1 year's service. 

4$ Covers transportation, maintenance^ 
tuition fees, books, etc. 

X 11 months 

35 

fli Paul Baerwald School of Social Work, 
47 rue du Pare de Clagny, Versailles, or 
Directors of the American Joint Distri- 
bution Committee in country concerned, 
by 1 March 

(A 455) 

UNIVERSITY OF POITIERS, Poitiers, 
Vienne, France 

Donor: Conseil General de la Vienne 

Scholarships 
tt Law, science, arts 

France: University of Poitiers 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries. 
The awards are reciprocal and are 
offered in return for similar awards 
given to students of Poitiers University. 

3 112,000 Fr. frs. 

K 6 to 8 months 

3 * 

Hi M. le Recteur de I'Academie de Poitiers, 
Poitiers, Vienne, France, by 1 May 

(A 456) 

UNITED STATES FOUNDATION, 15 
boulevard Jourdan, Pari8-14 e , France 
Harriet Hale Woolley Foundation 
tt Art, music 

France 

M. Available to U.S. nationals; age 21 to 
35; must be educated to undertake 
study on graduate level and must be 
unmarried; recipients are expected 
to live in the United States Foundation 
and participate in its student life. 
Awards are intended to advance Franco- 
American cultural appreciation by indi- 
vidual contacts. 

<& $1,000 payable in French francs 

SI 12 months 1 

< Variable: maximum 4 * 3 

Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
by 1 March 



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FRENCH 

NON-SELF-GOVERNING 
AND TRUST TERRITORIES 



(A 457) 

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: Education 
Department, Ministry of Overseas France, 
27 rue Oudinot, Paris-7 e , France 

Donors: Administrations of French 
Overseas Territories 
(a) Scholarships; (b) Partial Scholar- 
ships, Grants, Study Loans 
M Unrestricted 
France and states and territories of the 

French Union 

M. Available to nationals of French over- 
seas territories; conditions of award are 
fixed by the Government and the local 
administration. Awards are given for se- 
condary, technical and higher education. 
6 Varies according to place of study; in 
France (a) 9,500 Fr. frs. to 21,000 Fr. frs. 
per month plus transportation, tuition 
fees, clothing allowance, holiday allow- 
ance; (b) Variable; amount is fixed by 
local scholarship committee 
Complete course of study (1 to 7 years) 
Approx. 2,000 for study in France 2 3 
Government Education Department in 
own territory, by 15 May 



32 



OF 



(A 458) 
FRANCE 



HIGH COMMISSIONER 

IN INDO-CHINA 

Secondary School Scholarships 

tt Secondary school subjects 

Indo-China 

Jft Available to Chinese and Thai boys 
domiciled in Yunnan and Thailand 
respectively and recommended by the 
French Consul at Kunming or the 
French Minister at Bangkok. 

4$ Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees 

31 According to study needs 

fc 10: 5 for Yunnan, 5 for Thailand 

Bi China: French Consul at Kunming; 
Thailand: French Minister at Bangkok, 
by 15 May 



OF 



(A 459) 
FRANCE 



HIGH COMMISSIONER 

IN INDO-CHINA 

Scholarships for Higher Studies 

M Medicine, law, arts, science, archi- 
tecture 



Indo-China 

JSt Available to young nationals of Thai- 
land recommended by the French 
Minister in Bangkok and having suffi- 
cient knowledge of French to carry 
out higher studies in that language. 

J Covers maintenance and tuition fees 

ffi According to study needs 

* 2 2 s 

19 French Minister at Bangkok, by 15 May 

(A 460) 

HIGH COMMISSIONER OF FRANCE 
IN INDO-CHINA 

Scholarships for Higher Studies 
Ml Medicine, law, arts, science, archi- 
tecture 
Indo-China 

JH, Available to Chinese students from 
Kwangsi and Yunnan recommended 
by the French Consul in Nanking or 
the French Consul in Kunming and 
having sufficient knowledge of French 
to carry out higher studies in that 
language. 

<J Covers maintenance and tuition fees 
US. According to study needs 
fc 8 2 3 : 4 for Kwangsi, 4 for Yunnan 
Bi French Consul at Nanking or French 
Consul at Kunming, by 15 May 

(A 461) 

FRANCO-BRITISH UNIVERSITY 

FUND, Commissariat de la Republique an 

Togo, Lome, French Togoland 
Exchange Scholarships 

01 Unrestricted 

France 

3. Available to nationals of British Togo- 
land to enable them to carry out higher 
studies in France (see Award No. A 1397 
for similar awards to nationals of French 
Togoland to carry out higher studies in 
the United Kingdom). Purpose of 
awards is to improve cultural relations 
between the two Togolands. 

^ Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees 

1 year x 

* 3 23 

H Togoland Joint Scholarship, c/o Edu- 
cation Department, Accra, Gold Coast 



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GERMANY 



(A 462) 

BAVARIAN MINISTRY OF EDUCA- 
TION AND RELIGION, Salvatorplatz 2, 
Munich, Germany 

Scholarships 
( Unrestricted 
O Germany 

Jt Available to university students and 
graduates from all countries which 
offer similar study opportunities for 
German students; age 20 to 30; reci- 
pients study at universities or other 
institutes of higher learning in Bavaria. 
& 200 DM per month plus tuition and 
transportation from German frontier 
to place of study 
B 6 or 12 months 1 

* Approx. 10 28 

B Bayerisches Beratendes Comitee fiir 
Kulturellen Austausch, Salvatorplatz 2, 
Munich 

(A 463) 
BONN UNIVERSITY, Bonn, Germany 

Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 

* Germany: Bonn University 

Jt Available to students from most 

countries; age 20 to 35. 
A 200 DM per month 
1 semester 

* 10 2 

Hi Akadcmisches Auslandsamt der Uni- 
versitaet Bonn, Liebfrauweg 3, Bonn, 
by July for winter semester or February 
for summer semester 

(A 464) 

COLOGNE UNIVERSITY, Albertus-Mag- 
nusplatz, Koeln-Lindenthal, Germany 

Exchange Scholarships 
H Subjects other than theology 
Germany: Cologne University 
M. Available to nationals of Denmark, 
Finland, Iceland, Norway and re- 
served in 1952-53 to nationals of Den- 
mark and Norway and in 1953-54 to 
nationals of Finland and Iceland, pro- 
vided that their universities offer 
similar scholarships to students of 
Cologne University; must have begun 
or completed university studies. 
A 200 DM per month plus tuition 
B 5 months 

* 2S3 

B Akademisches Auslandsamt, Univer- 
sity of Cologne, Meister-Ekkehart- 
strasse 11, Koeln-Lindenthal, by 1 May 



(A 465) 

COLOGNE UNIVERSITY, Albertus-Mag- 
nusplatz, Koeln-Lindenthal, Germany 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Subjects other than theology 
$ Germany: Cologne University 
jR Available to nationals of Italy, Portu- 
gal, Spain, Sweden, provided that 
their universities offer similar scholar- 
ships to students of Cologne University; 
must have begun or completed univer- 
sity studies. 

4$ 200 DM per month plus tuition 
E 1 academic year (or, in the case of 
Sweden, 2 scholarships of 5 months* 
each may be taken) 

* 5 2 3 : 2 to Italy and 1 to each of other 
countries 

B Akademisches Auslandsamt, Universitaet 
of Koeln, Meister-Ekkehartstrasse 11, 
Koeln-Lindenthal, by 1 May 

(A 466) 

COLOGNE UNIVERSITY, Albertus- 
Magnusplatz, Koeln-Lindenthal, Germany 

Scholarships 

Ml Subjects other than theology 
Germany: Cologne University 
Jl Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom ; must be educated to uni- 
versity entrance standard. Awards are 
intended to further cultural relations 
between British and German students. 
& 200 DM per month plus tuition 
SI 1 academic year 

* 2 2 

El The British Council, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I 

(A 467) 

UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG, Belfort- 

strasse 11, Freiburg, Germany 
Exchange Scholarship 

U Unrestricted 

$ Germany: University of Freiburg 

4A Available to students of the Higher 
Normal School of Pisa, Italy, in 
exchange for similar award given by 
that School to students of the Univer- 
sity of Freiburg. 

<5 200 DM per month plus tuition 

1 academic year 

* I 23 

B Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa 

(A 468) 

GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SER- 
VICE (DAAD), Nassestrasse 11 a, Bonn, 
Germany 



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GERMANY Continued 



Donor: Stifterverband fur die deutsche 
Wissenschaft 
Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Western Germany and Berlin 

M. Available to nationals of Argentina, 
Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, 
Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, 
Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, 
Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Pa- 
kistan, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, 
Switzerland, Turkey, Union of 
South Africa, United Kingdom, 
U.S.A.; age limit 35; must be students 
or graduates of a university or college of 
university standing and have completed 
at least 2 years of university studies. 
Awards are intended to promote better 
understanding among the peoples of 
the world. 

A 2,250 or 3,000 DM plus tuition fees and 
travel within Germany 

E 9 or 12 months l 

A Approx. 40 * 8 

Bi Deutscher Akademischer Austausch- 
dienst, Nassestrasse 11 a, Bonn, by 
1 June 

(A 469) 

GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SER- 
VICE (DAAD), Nassestrasse 11 a, Bonn, 
Germany 

Subsidies for Foreign and German 

Students 
m Unrestricted 

Unrestricted for German students; Ger- 
many for others 

41 Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age limit 30; must be students of uni- 
versity or college of university level; 
awards are given to needy students as 
an addition to the normal costs of a 
stay abroad. 

A 200 to 300 DM 

2 1 term l 

Unspecified 1 * 

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch- 
dienst, Nassestrasse 11 a, Bonn 

(A 470) 

GERMAN MINES DIRECTORATE, 
Gliickaufhaus, Essen-Ruhr, Germany 

International Exchange of Mining Stu- 
dents 

Mining 

Germany 

Jt Available to British mining graduates or 
trainees nominated by the British 
National Coal Board. The exchanges 
are arranged by the British National 
Coal Board and the German Mines 
Directorate in order to broaden the 
practical experience of mining graduates 
and trainees. The German Mines Direc- 
torate arranges visits to mines, mining 



engineering works, welfare and rehabi- 
litation centres, etc. 

& Maintenance and personal allowance. 
The National Coal Board pays transpor- 
tation 

B Usually 4 to 6 weeks during summer 
vacation 

A Unspecified * 

Candidates are nominated by the 
British National Coal Board 

(A 471) 

UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG, Hamburg 

13, Germany 

Exchange Scholarships 

tt Law, economics, medicine, den- 
tistry, arts, mathematics, natural 
sciences 

% Germany: Hamburg University 

M, Available to students of all countries 
provided that the student and/or his 
university provide, in exchange for the 
award, tuition fees and maintenance 
for a Hamburg student to study in his 
country. 

^ Covers tuition fees 

IS. Unspecified 

fc Unspecified 

Akademische Auslandstelle, Universi- 
taet Hamburg, Grindelhof 38, Hamburg 
13 

(A 472) 

UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG, Hei- 
delberg, Germany 

University of Heidelberg Scholarships 
H Theology, law, medicine, philo- 
sophy, natural sciences, mathe- 
matics 

Germany: University of Heidelberg 

M. Available to nationals of all countries, 
preference given to France, United 
Kingdom and U.S.A.; must be qualified 
to undertake university studies. 

& 175 DM plus tuition fees 

O 1 semester l 

8 to 10 8 

France: Office National des Universite's 
et Ecoles Franchises, 96 boulevard 
Raspail, Paris-6 e ; United Kingdom: 
British Council, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I; U.S.A.: Institute of 
International Education, 1 East 67th 
Street, New York 21, N.Y.; others: 
Auslandsamt der Universitat Heidel- 
berg, Heidelberg; 3 months before 
beginning of semester 

(A 473) 
KIEL UNIVERSITY, Kiel, Germany 

Tuition Scholarships 

tt Theology, medicine, arts, agri- 
culture, law 

Germany: Kiel University 

Jft Available to students from all coun- 
tries. 



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<i Tuition fees 
K 1 term 1 
4 10 2 

Rektorat, Universitaet, Kiel 

(A 474) 
KIEL UNIVERSITY, Kiel, Germany 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Germany: Kiel University 

Jl Available to students of any universities 
which will offer similar awards for Kiel 
University students; age over 19. 

4 Covers maintenance and tuition fees 
I 1 term * 

ft 3 2S 

Rektorat, Universitaet, Kiel 

(A 475) 
KIEL UNIVERSITY, Kiel, Germany 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Germany: Kiel University 

M Available to nationals of all countries. 

150 DM plus tuition fees 

5 7 months 1 

3 

Rektorat, Universitaet, Kiel 

(A 476) 

MUENSTER UNIVERSITY, Muenster 
Foundation, Muenster, Germany 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt German 

Germany: Muenster University 

4 Available to students of Sheffield 
University in exchange for similar 



awards offered by Sheffield to Muenster 

students. 
^ 50 DM per month plus tuition and 

accommodation 
H 1 term 

* 8 2 

H The Registrar, Sheffield University, 
Sheffield 10 

(A 477) 

RELIEF ORGANIZATION OF THE 
PROTESTANT CHURCHES IN GER- 
MANY (Das Hilfswerk der Evangelischen 
Kirchen in Deutschland), Stafflenberg- 
strasse 66, Stuttgart S, Germany 

Scholarships 
tt Theology and allied fields such as 

Christian education 
Germany 

Jl Available to students from countries in 
which German students have studied 
(i.e., most European countries and 
U.S.A.); age preferably under 30; 
preference given to students who have 
completed their basic education in their 
profession. 

< Covers maintenance and tuition. If 
student is unable to pay travel expenses, 
the World Council of Churches may 
pay 
S 1 academic year 

* 15 2 

Scholarships Committee, Department of 
Inter-Church Aid and Service to 
Refugees, World Council of Churches, 
17 Route de Malagnou, Geneva 



HAITI 



(A 478) 

GOVERNMENT OF HAITI: Department 
of National Education, Port-au-Prince, 
Haiti 

Scholarships 
tt Generally French language, flora and 

fauna of Haiti, history of Haiti, 

culture of Haiti 
Haiti 
JL Available to nationals of U.S.A. and 

may be available in future to nationals 



of other American republics ; age prefer- 
ably 25 to 35; candidates preferably 
should be able to carry out research 
work in their subject of study. 
$160 per month (Tuition at the Uni- 
versity of Haiti is free) 

1 year 

2 a 

United States Advisory Committee on 
Exchange of Students, U.S. Office of 
Education, Washington 25, D.C. 



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HASHEMITE KINGDOM 
OF JORDAN 



(A 479) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE HASHEMITE 
KINGDOM OF JORDAN: Ministry of 
Education, Amman, Hashemite Jordan 

Government Scholarships 
M Arts, sciences 
Egypt, Lebanon 
Jft Available to nationals of Hashemite 

Jordan; must have passed the Jordan 



matriculation examination with high 
marks; awards are to enable recipients 
to pursue a course of study leading to a 
university degree. 

4 Covers transportation, maintenance and 
tuition 

B 4 years 

* 27 * 8 

Ministry of Education, Amman 



HONDURAS 



(A 480) 

GOVERNMENT OF HONDURAS: 
Ministry of Education, Palacio Nacional, 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras 

Scholarships 
M Education, technology, medicine, 

science 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Honduras ; 
preference given to those planning 
higher studies in education, technology 
or medicine. 

4 Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, clothing allow- 
ance, etc. 

E 1 year 

k 12 for secondary scho olteacher train- 
ing; unspecified number for other 
subjects 

Ministerio de Educacion, Tegucigalpa 



(A 481) 

PAN-AMERICAN SCHOOL OF AGRI- 
CULTURE, Tegucigalpa, Honduras 
Donor: United Fruit Company 
Fellowships 

M Technical and practical tropical agri- 
culture 

Honduras: Pan-American School of 
Agriculture 

Jf, Available to male nationals of tropi- 
cal American countries; Spanish- 
speaking; age 18 to 21 ; should preferably 
have 1 or 2 years of secondary educa- 
tion. 

<5 Maintenance, tuition, books, clothing 
allowance, etc. Transportation may 
be paid in cases of need 

31 3 years 

* 160 to 170 * 

Hi Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Apar- 
tado 93, Tegucigalpa, Honduras 



ICELAND 



(A 482) 

GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND: Ministry 
of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland 

Scholarships 
M Icelandic studies 

Iceland: University of Iceland 

M. Available to students from all coun- 
tries. 

4 I. Kr.10,000 
E 1 year 

5 28 

Ministry of Education, Reykjavik 



(A 483) 

GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND: Ministry 
of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland 

Scholarships for University Students 
M Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jt Available to Icelandic students attend- 
ing foreign universities. 
4 I. Kr.10,000 p.a. 
E 4 years 

35 

Ministry of Education, Reykjavik 



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ICELAND Continued 



(A 484) 

GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND: Ministry 
of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland 

Scholarships 
II Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Iceland who 
are studying abroad. Awards are allo- 
cated by the Council for the Promotion 
of Culture. 

& I. Kr.2,000 to I. Kr.8,000 

O 1 year 

* Unspecified 2 8 (Total of I. Kr.1,000,000 
is given for the awards) 

Bi Ministry of Education, Reykjavik 

(A 485) 

GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND: Ministry 
of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland 

Grants 
II Mainly technical and industrial crafts 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Icelandic skilled craftsmen 
to enable them to have further training 
abroad. 

& I. Kr.1,500 to I. Kr.2,000 

E Unspecified 

* Unspecified * 8 

Ministry of Industries, Reykjavik 

(A 486) 

HANNES ARNASON FOUNDATION, 
Reykjavik, Iceland 

Post-graduate Scholarships 
II Philosophical studies 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Iceland for 

post-graduate study. 
6 I. Kr.2,000 p.a. 
S 4 years 

Unspecified * 

Ministry of Education, Reykjavik 



CANADA FOUNDATION, 
Iceland 

Scholarships 



(A 487) 
Reykjavik, 



II Unrestricted 

Canada 

M Available to Icelandic nationals to 
enable them to study at a Canadian 
University, preferably for post-graduate 
study. 

<S Total of approx. I. Kr.4,000 p.a. is 
given for awards 

E 1 year 

* Unspecified 2 s 

Bi Prime Minister's Department, Reyk- 
javik 

(A 488> 

UNIVERSITY OF ICELAND, Reykjavik, 
Iceland 

Post-graduate Scholarships 
II Icelandic language and literature 
Iceland: University of Iceland 
Jft Available to Danish students for post- 

graduate study at the University of 

Iceland. Awards are for promoting 

cultural relations between Iceland and 

Denmark. 

I. Kr.3,000 or I. Kr.3,500 p.a. 

1 year 



ffi 



Unspecified 2 3 

University of Iceland, Reykjavik 



(A 489) 

SNORRI STURLUSON FOUNDATION, 

Reykjavik, Iceland 
Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Norway 

M. Available to nationals of Iceland to 
enable them to study in Norway at the 
University of Oslo, Bergen Museum, 
Trondheim Engineering High School, 
Aas Agricultural College, or some 
similar institution. 

& Total of approx. I. Kr.4,500 p.a. i* 
given for awards 

E 1 year 

fc Unspecified 2 3 

Bi Prime Minister's Department, Reyk- 
javik 



INDIA 



(A 490) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 

Indian Government-United Nations 
Scholarships 

tt Arts, humanities, sciences, agri- 
culture, medicine, technology, edu- 
cation, law 

India 



Available to residents of the following 
Trust Territories : Tanganyika, Ruan- 
da-Urundi, and any other Territory 
although preference will be given to a 
candidate from Somaliland under Ita- 
lian administration; age over 19; prefer- 
ence given to students qualified to take 
up post-graduate courses in Indian 



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INDIA Continued 



universities but in the case of students 
from territories where there are no 
facilities for graduate courses, scholar- 
ships may be awarded for undergraduate 
courses. 

& Rs. 200 per month plus tuition fees 

B According to study needs 

* 4 

Hi Education authorities in candidate's 
own country 

(A 491) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Scholarships for Students of Indian 
Origin 

M Arts, humanities, sciences, agri- 
culture, medicine, technology, edu- 
cation, law 

9 India 

4ft Available to students of Indian origin 
domiciled in British East Africa, 
British Guiana, Burma, Ceylon, 
Fiji Islands, Jamaica, Malaya, Mau- 
ritius , Surinam , Thailand , Trinidad , 
Union of South Africa; age over 19; 
preference given to students qualified to 
take up post-graduate courses in Indian 
universities but in case of students from 
countries where there are no facilities 
for graduate courses, scholarships 
may be awarded for undergraduate 
courses. 

A Rs.200 per month plus tuition fees 

& According to study needs 

* 40 * 

V Indian diplomatic representative in 
candidate's country of residence 

(A 492) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 
Education, New Delhi, India 

Scholarships for Non-Indian Students 
M Arts, humanities, sciences, agri- 
culture, medicine, technology, edu- 
cation, law 

* India 

4ft Available to students from Afghanistan , 
Bhutan, British East Africa (i.e. 
Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika, Zan- 
zibar), Burma, Ceylon, China, Egypt, 
Ethiopia, Indo-China, Indonesia, 
Iran, Japan, Malaya, Mauritius, 
Nepal, Nigeria, Northern Bhodesia, 
Nyasaland, Philippines, Portuguese 
Colonial Africa, Thailand, Tibet, 
Turkey, Union of South Africa; 
age over 19; preference given to students 
qualified to take up post-graduate 
courses in Indian universities but in the 
case of students from countries where 
there are no facilities for graduate 
courses, scholarships may be awarded 
for undergraduate courses. Where under 
the rules of the host institution study of 
an Indian language is compulsory, efforts 



ana lor 
rma (9), 
bin a (41, 
pal (7), 



will be made to secure exemption for 

scholarship holders. 
& Rs.200 per month plus tuition fees 
ffi According to study needs 

* 6 2 . 8 

E& Indian diplomatic representative im 

candidate's own country 

(A 493) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Indian Government Scholarships under 
the Colombo Plan 

Science, technology, medical and 
agricultural subjects 

India 

J| Available to nationals of South and 
South -East Asian countries and for 
1952-53 awarded as follows: Burma 
British Borneo (3), Ceylon (4), Chin 
Indonesia (10), Malaya (4), Nepal 
Philippines (2), Pakistan (6), Thailand 
(6); age preferably under 30. Awards ar 
given to help the development of 
recipient countries. 

<$ Rs.200 per month for professional 
courses or Rs.150 per month for other 
courses, plus transportation, tuition 
fees and Rs.200 or Rs.150 p.a. for 
books, etc. 

M Usually 2 years 

* 55" 

H Indian diplomatic representative im. 
candidate's own country, by May 

(A 494) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Indo-German Industrial Co-operatiom 
Scheme 

tt Indian languages, religion and phi- 
losophy 

& India 

A Available to nationals of the Federal 
German Bepublic; must have univer- 
sity degree or equivalent qualification. 

& Rs.500 per month plus transportatiom 

H 1 to 2 years 

* 10 

Hi Embassy of India, Bonn, or Secretary 
to the Government of India, Ministry 
of Education, New Delhi 2j 



(A 495) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Indo-German Industrial Co-operation 
Scheme 

tt Science, arts, technology, practical 
training in German industries 

Western Germany 

M. Available to nationals of India; ago 
under 35; must have a degree from an 
Indian university and have som* 
practical experience; on return to India 
recipients must serve the Government 



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INDIA Continued 



for 3 years. Awards are to train Indian 
personnel for improving industries and 
the standard of education in India. 

4 Cost of maintenance of Rs.260 per 
month and of transportation is shared 
equally by the Government of India 
and the recipient. Tuition is free or paid 
by the German Government 

1 1 to 2 years 

* 150 (50 for study at German universities 
and 100 for practical training in German 
industries) 

5 Secretary to the Government of India, 
Ministry of Education, New Delhi 2 

(A 496) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Modified Overseas Scholarships Scheme 
1952-53 

flft Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of India who are 
teachers at Indian universities or similar 
institutes of higher learning; on comple- 
tion of scholarship recipient must serve 
the sponsoring university or institution 
for 3 years or refund the cost of training 
or Rs. 20,000, whichever is less. Awards 
are given to raise the standard of 
instruction and research at Indian uni- 
versities and institutes of higher learn- 
ing. 

A In U.K.: 420 p. a. at Oxford and 
Cambridge or 382 p. a. elsewhere; 
in U.S.A.: $1,500 p. a.; plus transport- 
ation, tuition fees and maximum 
allowance of 30 or $125 p. a. for books 

H 6 months to 3 years 

* 25 23 

JBH Secretary to the Government of India, 
Ministry of Education, New Delhi 2 



(A 497) 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 

Central State Scholarship Scheme 

01 Unrestricted 

Q Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of India belong- 
ing to "Part C" States; age under 30; 
must have degree from an Indian uni- 
versity. Awards are to give recipients 
opportunities for further research and 
training in fields for which facilities do 
not exist in India. 

4 In U.K.: 33.6s.8d per month at 
Oxford and Cambridge or 30 per month 
elsewhere; in U.S.A.: $125 per month; 
plus transportation 

B 3 years or less 

* I 28 



Secretary to the Government of India, 
Ministry of Education, New Delhi 2 

(A 498) 
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: Ministry of 

Education, New Delhi, India 
Scientific Deputation 

II Science 

America, Europe 

M. Available to Indian nationals who are 
scientist*; awards are to enable them 
to acquaint themselves with the latest 
developments in and methods of scien- 
tific and technical research in Western 
countries and to contact eminent 
scientists there. 

& Rs.2.500 

IS Maximum 6 months 

* 2 2 8 

Hi Ministry of Education, New Delhi 2 

(A 499) 

GOVERNMENT OF BIHAR, Patna, India 
Scholarship 

JU> A fjrieiilttire, botany, entomology, agro- 
nomy, engineering, mycology, horti- 
culture 

Australia, New Zealand, United King- 
dom, U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of India; reci- 
pient must serve the Government of 
Bihar for at least 5 years after comple- 
tion of training abroad. 

<6 400 p. a. plus transportation, tuition 
fees, books, etc. 

S 2 years 

* 1 2 

S Development Department, Govern- 
ment of Bihar, Patna 

(A 500) 

GOVERNMENT OF BIHAR, Patna, India 
Foreign Scholarships 

II Medical subjects such as surgery, 
physiology, pharmacology, pathology, 
radiology, skin diseases, veiiereology, 
cardiology, neurology, tuberculosis, 
anatomy, maternity and child welfare, 
obstetrics and gynaecology, pediatrics, 
blood transfusion services, etc. 

<B> United Kingdom, U.S.A. (In future may 
also be tenable in Australia and New 
Zealand) 

M, Available to nationals of India ; must 
be medical graduates, preferably having 
some research experience or post- 
graduate qualifications; teaching experi- 
ence is desirable; on return to India 
recipients may be required to serve the 
Government of Bihar for 5 years. 
Awards are to enable recipients to have 
higher medical training in order to man 
the specialists posts that exist in the 



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INDIA Continued 



Province and to provide adequate 

medical relief throughout the Province 

on an ever-increasing scale. 
4 400 p.a. in U.K. or $160 per month 

in U.S.A., plus transportation, tuition 

fees, books, etc. 
X Usually 2 years 1 
fc Varies according to requirements; 

iisually 1 or 2 awards in each subject 

listed 2 
Bi Inspector of Civil Hospitals, Bihar 

(A 501) 

GOVERNMENT OF BOMBAY: Depart- 

ment of Public Instruction, Poona, India 
Government of Bombay Scholarships 
for Cadets of the Indian Navy 

tt Naval training 

4> United Kingdom 

M Available to male candidates who are 
domiciled in the State of Dombay, 
who are selected as officer cadets for 
the Indian Navy through the open 
qualifying examination, and who have 
not the means to pay for training 
without substantial assistance. 

<$ 125 to 140 

M Unspecified 

* 3 a 8 

Secretary to the Government of Bom- 
bay, Education Department, Bombay 

(A 502) 

GOVERNMENT OF BOMBAY: Depart- 
ment of Education, Poona, India 
Donor: The late Mr. G. B. Limaye 
Ganesh Balwant Limaye Scholarship 
tt Technical subjects 
G India or abroad 

M Available to Brahmins belonging to the 
Chitpavan, Karhada, Deorukh or Des- 
hastha sub-section of Maharastra Brah- 
mins; must be residents of State of 
Bombay and be graduates of Univer- 
sity of Bombay, having degree of B.E., 
B.Sc., B.A. (with Science) or B.Ag., or 
be holders of Diploma of V.J. Techni- 
cal Institute, Bombay; recipient must 
repay amount of award on completion 
of studies. If awards are held in India, 
the amount is divided into awards of 
Rs.75 per month. 
4 Rs.150 per month 
X 3 years 

* 1 2 8 

Director of Public Instruction, Poona, 
by 20 July 

(A 503) 

GOVERNMENT OF COCHIN: Depart- 
ment of Hazur Secretariat, Ernakulam, 
India 

Donor: Dr. Sir Ram Alagappa Chettiar 

Victory Scholarship 
tt Engineering, chemical technology, 



physical technology, chemistry, bio- 



United Kingdom or any other country 
M. Available to nationals of Cochin State ; 

age limit 35; must have degree in 
engineering, physical, chemical or 
biological science; recipient must 
serve Cochin State for 5 years. 

& Rs.4,000 p.a. 

X 2 years * 

* 1 every 2 years 

B Chief Secretary to the Government of 
Cochin, Dept. Hazur Secretariat, Erna- 
kulam 

(A 504) 

GOVERNMENT OF HYDERABAD, Hyde- 

rabad, India 

(a) Foreign Scholarships; (b) Deputa- 
tions; (c) Educational Loans; (d) Study 
Leave for Government Employees 

tt According to Government's needs 

<B Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Hyderabad. 
The awards are granted each year 
according to the needs of the various 
Government departments. 

& Unspecified 

K Unspecified 

fl Unspecified a 8 

Bi Education Department, Government of 
Hyderabad, Hyderabad 

(A 505) 

GOVERNMENT OF MYSORE: Education 
Department, Mysore, India 

Donor: Shri Damodar Das 

Damodar Das Charities Fund 
tt Advanced studies in technical sub- 

jects or in other subjects required by 

Government Departments 
<$ America, Europe, Japan or other 

Eastern countries 
M. Available to nationals of Mysore; age 

limit ordinarily 25; must have univer- 

sity degree. Recipients must serve the 

Government for at least 5 years. 
S Approx. Rs.10,000 p.a. 
SI 2 years 1 

* I 23 

18 Secretary to the Government of Mysore, 
Education Department, Mysore 

(A 506) 

GOVERNMENT OF ORISSA: Planning 
Department, Cuttack, Orissa, India 

Overseas Scholarships for Advanced 

Study 
tt Unrestricted 

Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United 
Kingdom, U.S.A. 

M. Available to inhabitants of the State of 
Orissa and the children of employees 
of the State Government; age 19 to 
30 or, for persons already in Govern- 



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ment service, age limit 40; must have 
first class degree or equivalent qualifi- 
cation in the subject of study and 
should preferably have some research or 
professional experience; on completion 
of studies abroad recipient must serve 
the Government for 5 years. 

4 400 or 460 p.a. in U.K., $160 per 
month in U.S.A. or NZ.234 p.a. in 
New Zealand, plus transportation, tui- 
tion fees, etc. 

B 2 years J 

* Unspecified 

Hi Planning Department, Government of 
Orissa, Cuttack, Orissa 

(A 507) 

GOVERNMENT OF SAURASHTRA, Raj- 
kot, Saurashtra State, India 

Donor: Bhavnagar State 

Foreign Higher Education Trust 
tt Unrestricted 
9 Unrestricted 
4ft Available to nationals of India who 

are natives of Bhavnagar State. 
4$ Total of Rs. 4,476 is given for awards 
SI Unspecified 
fc Unspecified 
E9 Director of Education, Government of 

Saurashtra, Rajkot 

(A 508) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 
Education Department, Writers* Buildings, 
Calcutta, India 

State Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

* United Kingdom; may be tenable in 
any country with sanction of the 
Government 

M. Available to nationals of West Rental ; 
age 19 to 25; must have first class 
master's degree or equivalent in the 
subject for which award is made and 
must have done some post-graduate 
work; preferably should have know- 
ledge of French and German; on return 
to Bengal recipient must serve the 
Government for 5 years, if required. 

4 400 to 460 plus 25 p.a. for books, 
study tours, etc., plus transportation 
and Rs.500 equipment allowance 

fi 3 academic years 

* 3 8 3 

Public Service Commission, West Bengal 

(A 509) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 
Education Department, Writers* Buildings, 
Calcutta, India 

Overseas Scholarships 
II Scientific and technical subjects 
Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Den- 



mark, France, Italy, Netherlands, New 
Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, United 
Kingdom, U.S.A. 

M, Available to nationals of Indian Union, 
preferably nationals of West Bengal; 
generally given to persons having a 
degree and some research and pro- 
fessional experience. Awards are to 
increase the supply of adequate trained 
personnel for post-war development 
work in India. 

*5 Varies in each case 

D 6 months to 2 years * 

* 6 

Hi Education Department, Writers' Build- 
ings, Calcutta 

(A 510) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 

Department of Public Instruction, Writers' 

Buildings, Calcutta, India 

Lytton Muslim Scholarship 

II Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to Muslim nationals of West 
Bengal ; age limit 28; must be honours 
graduates; award is made to enable 
Muslim graduates to pursue advanced 
studies abroad. 

& 300 plus transportation 

2 years 

Jfc 1 (Available wben vacant) 

B Department of Public Instruction, Wri- 
ters' Buildings, Calcutta 

(A 511) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 

Department of Public Instruction, Writers' 

Buildings, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sir Percy W. Newson 

Overseas Scholarships under the Sussex 

Trust 

M Unrestricted 

$ United Kingdom 

Jl Available to British European boys 
and girls resident in India, to enable 
them to complete their higher education 
in the United Kingdom. 

& 150 to 240 plus transportation 

D 3 years J 

K 2: 1 for a boy and 1 for a girl (Available 
when vacant) 

9 Department of Public Instruction, Wri- 
ters' Buildings, Calcutta 

(A 512) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 
Department of Public Instruction, Writers' 
Buildings, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sir Percy W. Newson 

Overseas Scholarship under the Sussex 

Trust 
II Civil engineering 



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INDIA Continued 



United Kingdom 

M Available to British European nation- 
als who are students of civil engineer- 
ing at the Technical College of Shibpore, 
to enable them to complete their techni- 
cal training in the United Kingdom. 

4 150 to 240 plus transportation 

I 3 years 1 

1 (Available when vacant) 

Department of Public Instruction, Wri- 
ters' Buildings, Calcutta 

(A 513) 

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL: 
Department of Public Instruction, Writers' 
Buildings, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sir Percy W. Newson 

Overseas Scholarship under the Sussex 

Trust 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

M Available to persons belonging to the 
domiciled Anglo-Indian community resi- 
dent in West Bengal to enable them 
to complete their higher or professional 
education in the United Kingdom. 

A 150 to 240 plus transportation 

I 3 years l 

fc 1 (Available when vacant) 

Department of Public Instruction, Wri- 
ters' Buildings, Calcutta 

(A 514) 
ANDHRA UNIVERSITY, Waltair, India 

Foreign Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to members of Andhra Uni- 
versity and affiliated colleges and to 
distinguished graduates from Andhra 
province whether or not they are grad- 
uates of Andhra University; during 
tenure of award, fellow will be full-time 
worker under the University and will 
work under such teacher and such 
conditions as may be determined by 
the Syndicate. 

tf To be determined in each case; includes 
transportation and outfit allowance 

E 2 years * 

A To be determined according to needs ' 

The Registrar, Andhra University, Wal- 
tair, by 15 July 

(A 515) 

ANDHRA UNIVERSITY, Waltair, India 
Hyderabad Foreign Deputation Fellow- 
ship and Travancore Foreign Deputation 
Fellowship 
tt Scientific research 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to teachers of Andhra Uni- 
versity Colleges who have served the 
University for at least 5 years; must 
return to India by 20 June to resume 



duties and serve the University for at 

least 3 years after return. 
6 Rs.7,500; in addition, fellow may draw 

allowance equivalent to 60 per cent of 

salary 

M 6 months from 1 September x 
* 1 at intervals of not less than 2 years 

Andhra University, Waltair, by 15 July 

(A 516) 
ANDHRA UNIVERSITY, Waltair, India 

Grants-in-Aid for Research 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Given at the discretion of the Syndicate, 
to cover expenses in connexion with 
research, to persons wishing to prose- 
cute definite research outside the Uni- 
versity College. 

<$ Varies in each case 

I Varies in each case 

Unspecified * * 

HH Andhra University, Waltair, by 15 July 

(A 517) 

ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY, Annama- 
lainagar Post Office, South Arcot District, 
South India, India 

Fellowship 
M Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to the teaching staff and grad- 
uates of Annamalai University who 
produce evidence, preferably by work 
already published, of capacity to 
advance knowledge by original investi- 
gation. 

4 Maximum Rs.150 per month plus trans- 
portation and outfit allowance of Rs.500 

K 2 years l 

A Maximum 3 

The Registrar, Annamalai University, 
Annamalainagar Poet Office, South 
Arcot District 

(A 51) 

UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY, Univewity 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India 

Donor: The late Sir Mangaldas Nathub- 
hai, Kt., C.S.I. 

Sir Mangaldas Nathubhai Technical 
Scholarships 

ft Technical education, subject to appro- 
val of University Syndicate 

England 

Jl Available to Hindu graduates of Uni- 
versity of Bombay. 
& Rs.2,000p.a. 
O 3 years * 

2 2 * (2 awards are made annually and 
there is an additional one every third 
year) 

The Registrar, University of Bombay, 
Fort, Bombay 



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(A 519) 

UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY, University 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India 

Donor: The late Sir Mangaldas Nathub- 
hai, Kt., C.S.I. 

Mangaldas Nathubhai Travelling Fel- 
lowship 
tt Technical subjects 

Europe; 6 months at least out of each 
year to be spent in Great Britain or 
Ireland 

Jt Available to Hindu graduates of Uni- 
versity of Bombay, of not more than 
5 years' standing. 

4 Rs.650 p.a. 

X 3 years 

fc 1 every 3 years * 

The Registrar, University of Bombay, 
Fort, Bombay 

(A 520) 

UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY, University 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India 

Donor: The late Bhimrao Ramrao 

Akbarnawis of Belgaum 

Sardar Bhimrao Ramrao Akbarnawis 

Scholarship. 
tt Science, engineering, agriculture, 

medicine, technology 

Europe, U.S.A. 

M. Available to Indian nationals who are 
Brahmins belonging to Belgaum, Dhar- 
war, Kolhapur or Sangli in Bombay 
State; must have taken degree of M.Sc., 
M.E., M.Ag., M.D., M.S., or M.Sc. (Tech.) 
at University of Bombay. 

A Rs.2,400 p.a. 

X 3 years 

A 1 every 3 years * 

V The Registrar, University of Bombay, 
Fort, Bombay 

(A 521) 

UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY, University 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India 

Donor: Sir Fazaulbhoy Currimbhoy 
Sir Currimbhoy Ibrahim and the Bai 
Khanoobai Noormahomed Jairazbhoy 
Peerbhoy Loan Scholarships 
tt Medicine, philology, ancient history, 
economics, Arabic, architecture, 
town planning, technological and 
industrial subjects 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Mahomedan graduates of 
University of Bombay, of not more than 
7 years' standing; must belong to Bom- 
bay State; amount of award must be 
repaid on terms decided by the Univer- 
sity Syndicate in each case. 

4 Rs.3,600 p.a. 

B 3 years l 

3 



The Registrar, University of Bombay, 
Fort, Bombay 

(A 522> 

UNIVERSITY OF BOMBAY, University 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India 

Donor: Mr. Jahangir Maneckji Cooper 
Dr. (Miss) Aimai Maneckji Cooper Medi- 
cal Scholarships 

tt Medicine: diseases of women and 
children 

Europe, U.S.A. 

JH Available to female students at Univer- 
sity of Bombay; must pass in all sub- 
jects of M.B., B.S. at one and the same 
attempt; awarded to candidate obtain- 
ing highest marks among female 
candidates at the examination. 

& Rs.2,200 

S 2 years 1 

1 8 (Available when vacant) 
H No application required 

(A 523> 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sri Ranajit Palehandhuri 
Bipradas Palchaudhury Fellowship 
tt Aspects of Hindu civilization and cul- 
ture as they appear from ancient 
Indian history, politics and economics, 
and Indian philosophy 

At least 1 year must be spent in India 
at University of Calcutta 

Jl Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be university graduates of high 
scholastic standing; must have know* 
ledge of English; recipient is expected, 
on return to own country, to maintain 
cultural relationship with India by 
means of lectures and publications on 
the subject of his study. 

4 Usually Rs.2,000 p.a. plus three-quart- 
ers maintenance 

B 2 years 

k 1 every 3 years 

The Registrar, Calcutta University, 
Calcutta 

(A 524) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: The late Babu Guruprasanna 

Ghosh 

Guruprasanna Ghosh Scholarship for 

Scientific and Technical Education 
tt Science and technical subjects 

Europe, U.S.A., Far East 

M Available to Indian nationals having 
studied science at University of Cal- 
cutta up to Intermediate standard; 
age at least 18. 



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INDIA Continued 



4 Rs.2,000 p.a. 

?3 years * 
1 * 

fli The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 1 
February 

(A 525) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sir Rashbehary Ghose 
Ghose Travelling Fellowship in Arts and 
Science 
Jtt Arts, science 

* Unrestricted 

M. Available to Indian nationals who are 
graduates or members of the staff of the 
University of Calcutta, for study of edu- 
cational methods in a specific branch of 
arts or science, or for research. 

4 Rs.2,500 

5 1 year 

* 3 8 

fli The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 1 
February 

(A 526) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Khan Shaheb Maulvi Abdul 

Halim 

Abdul Halim Travelling Fellowship 
tt Research in Persian language or 

culture 

* Iran 

M Available to Indian nationals who are 
graduates of or on the staff of the Uni- 
versity of Calcutta. 

^ Unspecified 

O 1 year * 

* 1 every 3 years 

Hi The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 1 Feb- 
ruary 

(A 527) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sir Taraknath Palit 

Sir Taraknath Palit Foreign Scholarship 

in Science 

O Scientific research 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Indian nationals having 

taken degree of M.Sc. or D.Sc. as Prem- 

chand Roychand Scholar. 
<5 Unspecified 
K 1 year x 

* 1 2 3 

Bi The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 1 
February 



(A 528) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: Sreemati Sailasuta Devi 
Radhikamohan Educational Scholarship 
for Technical Studies 

II Mechanical or chemical engineering, 
other technical subjects or agricul- 
ture 

Europe, Asia, U.S.A. 

4ft Available to Indian nationals; age 20 
to 30; must be students of University of 
Calcutta, having had training in mecha- 
nical or chemical engineering or in 
other branches of science such as agri- 
culture. 

<S Rs.5,000 

X 1 year l 

* 1 " 

The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 1 
February 

(A 529) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 87/1 Col- 
lege Street, Calcutta, India 

Donor: The late Mr. George Sibley 

Sibley Scholarship 
II Civil engineering and electrical, 

mining, mechanical or metallurgical 

engineering, in alternate years 

Unrestricted 

JR Available to nationals of India; must 
have first class B.E. degree of the 
University of Calcutta or first class 
diploma of the Indian School of Mines 
with I.Sc. certificate of University of 
Calcutta, of not more than 2 years' 
standing. 

<5 Rs. 350 per month 

D 1 year 

I 23 

The Registrar, University of Calcutta, 
87/1 College Street, Calcutta, by 31 
March 

(A 530) 

DAWOODBHOY FAZALBHOY MUSLIM 
EDUCATIONAL TRUST, 42 Pydhoni 
Road, Bombay 9, India 

Donor: The late Mr. Dawoodbhoy 

Fazalbhoy 

Educational Loans 
II Unrestricted 

Unrestricted, subject to approval of tht 
Board of Trustees 

Jft Available to Muslims of India ; must 
have degree from an Indian university 
in the course of study to be undertaken 
or, in exceptional cases, be educated 
to entrance standard of university 
abroad; awards are loans which have 
to be repaid in due course. 

4$ Varies according to needs of recipient 

According to study needs 

Approx. 4 * 8 



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* Dawoodbhoy Fazalbhoy Muslim Edu- 
cational Trust, 42 Pydhoni Road, Bom- 
bay 9, by end of June 

(A 531) 

DECCAN EDUCATION SOCIETY, Fer- 

gusson College, Poona 4, Bombay State, 

India 

Donor: Rao Bahadur Ichharara Desai, 

Poona 

Deccan Education Society Foreign 

Scholarship Fund 

M Unrestricted 

4> Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of India who are 
members of the staff or students of the 
institutions of the Deccan Education 
Society; age 20 to 35; must be univer- 
sity graduates; recipients, if Society 
staff members, are bound to serve the 
Society for 20 years; students of the 
institutions of the Society repay amount 
of loan to the Society. 

A Maximum Rs.5,000 

B 1 to 2 years l 

* Unspecified 

Bi Secretary, Deccan Education Society, 
Fergusson College, Poona 4 

(A 532) 

LADY TATA MEMORIAL TRUST, Bom- 

bay House, 24 Bruce Street, Fort, Bombay, 

India 

Donor: The late Sir Dorab Tata 
Lady Tata Memorial Trust 

II Research in medicine in its scientific 
aspect in relation to the diseases of the 
blood with special reference to leu- 
kaemia 

< Unrestricted 

JH Available to nationals of all countries; 
must have medical degree and expe- 
rience of research in the subject of 
study. 

S 200 to 1,000 p.a. 

ffl 1 year l 

* Approx. 10 to 12 23 

Hi Dr. F. H. K. Green, C.B.E., M.D., 
F.R. C.P., Secretary, Scientific Advisory 
Committee, Lady Tata Memorial Trust, 
38 Old Queen Street, Westminster, 
London S.W.I 

(A 533) 

PATNA UNIVERSITY, P.O. Patna 5, 

Bihar, India 

Donor: The late Sir Ganesh Datta Singh 
Sir Ganesh Datta Singh's Trust Fund 

tt Any subject likely to help development 
of industries or agriculture in Bihar 

& Unrestricted, generally United King- 
dom or U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of India who are 



permanent residents of Bihar; must be 
educated at least to matriculation 
standard ; awards are loans and recipient 
is required to insure his life for a sum 
equal to that of the loan. 
& Rs. 4,000 to Rs.6,000 

2 Average 2 years 

* 2 

Bi The Registrar, Patna University, P.O. 
Patna 5, Bihar 

(A 534) 

PATNA UNIVERSITY, P.O. Patna 5, 
Bihar, India 

Donor: The late Sir Ganesh Datta Singh 
Sir Ganesh Datta Singh Loan Schol- 
arship Fund 
Ml Higher studies in medicine or science 

* Unrestricted, generally United King- 
dom or U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of India who are 
permanent residents of Bihar; age limit 
usually 40; must be graduate in science 
or medicine; awards are loans and 
recipient is required to insure his life 
for a sum equal to that of the loan. 

3 Rs.2,000 to Rs.3,000 
IS Average 2 years l 

* 3 

BI The Registrar, Patna University, P.O. 
Patna 5, Bihar, in January 

(A 535) 

RAO BAHADUR S. V. RAJADHYAK- 
SHA G.S.B. FOREIGN EDUCATION 
SOCIETY, Chikitsaka Samuha Building, 
Kandewadi, Bombay 4, India 

Rajadhyaksha Loan Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

Jl Available to nationals of India who are 
Deccani Goud Saraswat Brahmins to 
enable them to carry out advanced 
studies in foreign countries; preference 
given to younger men; awards are 
loans which have to be repaid in due 
course. 

& Approx. Rs.8,000 
O Usually 2 years 1 

* 2 

Bi Chikitsaka Samuha Building, Kande- 
wadi, Bombay 4, by 30 June 

(A 536) 

THE SYLHET ASSOCIATION, Shillong, 
P.O. Shillong, Assam, India 
Grants for Study Abroad 
KB Unrestricted 

* Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals or permanent 
residents of India who were born in the 
district of Sylhet; award is not ordinarily 
given to married persons; recipient must 



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INDIA Confirmed 



undertake to repay eventually the 

amount of the award. 
S Usually Rs.2,000 
H Usually 2 years 
* 1 or 2 2 8 
B The Honorary Secretary, The Sylhet 

Association, Shillong, P.O. Shillong, 

Assam 

(A 537) 

J. N. TATA ENDOWMENT FOR THE 
HIGHER EDUCATION OF INDIANS, 
Bombay House, 24 Bruce Street, Fort, 
Bombay, India 

Donor: The late Mr. J. N. Tata 
J. N. Tata Endowment 

tt Aeronautics, agriculture, business 
administration, chemistry, commu- 
nications and power engineering, 
economics, forestry, leather techno- 
logy, mathematics, mining and geo- 
logy, medicine, music, social science, 
physics and allied subjects 
& Unrestricted, generally Australia, Cana- 
da, France, New Zealand, Switzerland, 
U.K., U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of India ; age 20 
to 25; must hold bachelor's degree, 
first class, of an Indian university and 



have brilliant academic record in sub- 
jects which will promote the advance- 
ment of India, particularly in scientific 
and technical subjects; some practical 
training and knowledge of scientific 
French and German is desirable. 

5 Varies, maximum 2,000 for 3 years in 
U.K. or $8,000 for 3 years in U.S.A. 

E Usually 2 to 3 academic years l 

* Approx. 6 to 8 a 8 

ES The Director, J. N. Tata Endowment for 
the Higher Education of Indians, Bom- 
bay House, 24 Bruce Street, Fort, 
Bombay 

(A 538) 

N. M. WADIA CHARITIES, 22D Parsi 

Bazar Street, Fort, Bombay, India 
Grants-in-Aid 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Indian nationals, irre- 
spective of caste or creed, for research. 

4$ Varies 

I Unspecified 

A Unspecified 2 3 

ES N. M. Wadia Charities, 22D Parsi Bazar 
Street, Fort, Bombay 



IRAN 



(A 539) 

UNIVERSITY OF TEHERAN, Teheran, 

Iran 

Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted, principally Persian lan- 
guage and literature 

<$ Iran: University of Teheran 

M Available to nationals of Afghanistan, 
Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Egypt, 
France, Germany, India, Indonesia, 
Iraq, Pakistan, Turkey, U.S.S.H., 



United Kingdom, U.S.A.; must have 

university degree and have definite 

study plans. 
& Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition, clothing 
21 Unspecified 
27 2 8 (1 to Indonesia and 2 to each of 

other countries) 
Iranian diplomatic representative in 

candidate's country 



IRAQ 



(A 540) 

GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 
Post-graduate Fellowships 

tt Unrestricted 

Egypt, France, Switzerland, United 
Kingdom, U.S.A. 

4t Available to nationals of Iraq who are 
university graduates holding B.A., B.Sc. 
or equivalent degree; must have had 
75 per cent in exams, and 80 per cent 
in subject of specialization; recipients 



must contract to serve the Government 

for 1 year for every year spent abroad. 

Monthly stipend of 30 to 33 in Eastern 

countries, 40 to $45 in Europe, $140 to 

$160 in U.S.A.; plus transportation, 

tuition fees, books, clothing and medical 

expenses 

2 to 5 years 

Approx. 102 a 

Ministry of Education, Baghdad 



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IRAQ Continued 



(A 541) 

GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 
Undergraduate Fellowships 

m Unrestricted 

G Egypt, France, Italy, Lebanon, Turkey, 
United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

JL Available to nationals of Iraq who have 
completed their education at Iraqi 
secondary schools, vocational schools or 
colleges; must have had 75 per cent in 
exams, and 80 per cent in subject of 
specialization or, in the case of girls, 
70 per cent in exams, and 75 per cent in 
subject of specialization; recipients must 
contract to serve the Government for 
1 year for every year spent abroad. 

& Monthly stipend of 30 to 33 in Eastern 
countries, 40 to 45 in Europe, $140 
to $160 in U.S.A.; plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, clothing and medical 
expenses 

H 4 to 5 years 

* Approx. 214 2 3 

E9 Ministry of Education, Baghdad 

(A 542) 

GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 
Scholarships 

tt Subjects studied in secondary schools 
and colleges in Iraq 

9 Iraq 

M. Available to students from Alexan- 
dretta, Bahrein, Iladramaut, Hashe- 
mite Jordan, Hcjaz, India, Kuwait, 
Liberia, Maskat, North Africa, 
Pakistan, Palestine, Turkey, Ye- 
men, Zanzibar; must be recommended 
by their governments, or by recognized 
organizations in their countries, for 
study in secondary schools and colleges. 

A Maintenance and tuition 

X According to study needs 

* Approx. 130 2 8 

Hi Ministry of Education, Baghdad 



(A 543) 
GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 

Grants 

tt Unrestricted 
9 Egypt, France, Lebanon, Switzerland, 

Syria, Turkey, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
M, Available to nationals of Iraq who are 

pursuing undergraduate studies abroad. 
4 Annual stipend of 130 in Eastern 

countries, 180 in France, Switzerland 

and U.S.A., and 150 in U.K. 
SI According to study needs 

* Approx. 105 2 8 

Hi Ministry of Education, Baghdad 

(A 544) 

GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 
Study Leave 

tt Mathematics, literature, education, 
philosophy, biology, geography, che- 
mistry, social sciences 

Egypt, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

M, Available to nationals of Iraq who are 
Government employees (especially 
teachers); must have done at least 
3 years' service. 

& Half salary plus cost of living allowance 

IS Maximum 2 years 

* 35 2 8 

13 Ministry of Education, Baghdad 

(A 545) 
GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, Baghdad, Iraq 

Study Deputation 

tt According to Government's needs 
Unrestricted 
M, Available to nationals of Iraq. Any 

Government Department can send a 

person abroad to study a particular 

subject. 
<5 Full salary plus 85 per cent thereof and 

transportation 
X 2 years 

* Unspecified 2 3 

B Ministry of Education, Baghdad 



IRELAND 



(A 546) 

DUBLIN INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED 
STUDIES, 64/65 Merrion Square, Dublin, 
Ireland 

Scholarships 
M Celtic studies (2), theoretical physics 

(5), cosmic physics (5) 
Ireland: Dublin Institute for Advanced 

Studies 
Jft Available to nationals of all countries ; 



must have university degree of honours 
standard and must provide evidence of 
being able to carry out research work 
in subject of study. 

6 250 to 350 p.a. 

ffi 1 year * 

* 12 a 8 (See tt for allocation to each 
subject) 

The Registrar, Dublin Institute for 
Advanced Studies, 64/65 Merrion 



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IRELAND Continued 



Square, Dublin, preferably from January 
to March 

(A 547) 

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRE- 
LAND, 49 Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland 
(a) Travelling Studentships; (b) Bursaries 
Jtt Any subject approved by the University 

Senate 
Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 

University 

Jft Available to citizens of Ireland who 
have obtained a primary degree of the 
National University of Ireland ; awarded 
on results of competitive examination 
and only if first class honours standard 
is reached. 

& (a) 400 p.a.; (b) 150 p.a. 
D (a) 2 years (Renewable only in case of 



studentship in History) 
(b) 1 year 
A 6 between (a) and (b) 8 

The Registrar, National University of 
Ireland, 49 Merrion Square, Dublin, 
by 1 May 

(A 548) 
TRINITY COLLEGE, Dublin, Ireland 

Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 
$ Unrestricted 
A Available to students of Trinity College ; 

award made on results of the honours 

degree examinations. 
<S Average 100 
IS. Unspecified 

* Unspecified 3 

B Trinity College, Dublin 



ISRAEL 



(A 549) 

GOVERNMENT OF ISRAEL: Ministry 
of Education and Culture, Jerusalem, 
Israel 

Post-graduate Study and Research 

Scholarships 

Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Israel ; age 
limit 30 or, in exceptional cases, 35; 
must be graduates. 

4$ Unspecified 

Jfi According to study needs 

6 to 11 

GB Ministry of Education and Culture, 
Jerusalem 

(A 550) 

HEBREW UNIVERSITY, Jerusalem, 
Israel 

Donor: Hirsch Taft, Canterbury, Aus- 
tralia 

Hirsch and Olga Taft Exchange Schol- 
arship 
tt Unrestricted 

Australia (University of Melbourne) 
or Israel (Hebrew University) 

Jl Available, in rotation, to students of the 
Hebrew University for study in Aus- 
tralia and to students of the University 
of Melbourne for study in Israel. 
In 1952 available for study in Australia. 

4% A400 

1 academic year 

1 * 

Candidate's own university 

(A 551) 

HEBRE W UNIVERSITY, Jerusalem, 
Israel 



Donor: Abraham Mazer's Family, New 

York 

Abraham Mazer Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted, but preferably Jewish 

studies or medicine 
Israel: Hebrew University 
M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. who 

are graduates of Yeshivah University, 

New York. 

A 1 of $1,500 and 2 of $1,000 
O 1 academic year 
* 3" 
Hi Yeshivah University, New York, or 

American Friends of the Hebrew Uni- 

versity, 9 East 89th Street, New York 

28, NiY. 

(A 552) 

HEBREW UNIVERSITY, Jerusalem, 
Israel 

Donors: Mr. G. Silman and friends, 

Leeds, England 

Morris and Ellen Silman Scholarship 
II Unrestricted 
$ Israel: Hebrew University 
A Available to students from England. 
& 120 p.a. 
H 1 year 1 



Hebrew University, Jerusalem 



UNIVERSITY, 



(A 553) 
Jerusalem, 



HEBREW 

Israel 

Trilling Trust Travelling Scholarship 

M Award is for travel 

England 

fll Available to an Israeli student who has 
not previously visited England; must 
be a graduate of the Hebrew University. 



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& 100 to 200 
S Several months 
* 1 8 
Hebrew University, Jerusalem 

(A 554) 

HEBREW UNIVERSITY, Jerusalem, 
Israel 

Moritz and Charlotte Warburg Research 

Scholarships and Fellowships in Jewish 

Studies 
Ml Post-graduate study and research in 

Jewish studies 
Israel (with possibility of spending some 

time abroad) 



M Available to nationals of Israel and 
U.S.A. ; age limit 30 or, in exceptional 
cases, 35; must have Ph.D. in Jewish 
and cognate studies (or M.A. in excep- 
tional cases) and have previous exper- 
ience in Jewish or cognate studies; 
recipients are required to do some 
teaching at the Hebrew University. 

& $1,250 to $1,500 p.a. plus books. If 
studies are to be taken outside Israel, a 
special allowance is made for travel 

1 2 to 5 years l 

* 8 to 10 2 8 

Hi Hebrew University, Jerusalem, by 1 April 



ITALY 



(A 555) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Public Instruction, Rome, Italy 
Fellowships for Advanced Study 

tt Law ; economics and commerce ; 
letters and philosophy ; medicine 
and surgery; mathematical, phy- 
sical and natural sciences, industrial 
chemistry and pharmacy ; engineer- 
ing, mining engineering and archi- 
tecture ; agriculture ; veterinary 
medicine 

Unrestricted 

JH Available to Italian nationals who have 
obtained a degree in their subject of 
study at an Italian institution between 
1 November 1946 and 31 October 1951. 

600,000 to 800,000 lire 

21 1 academic year 

* 8 8 

ES Ministero dell a Pubblica Istruzione, 
Rome 

(A 556) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 

Reciprocal Exchange Fellowships 

tt Unrestricted 

& Italy 

Jl Available to nationals of Austria, Bel- 
gium, Denmark, Finland, France, 
Germany, Netherlands, Norway, 
Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United 
Kingdom; awards are given to persons 
holding doctorate (preferably of 10 years' 
standing) and to sculptors, painters 
and musicians. 

& 42,500 lire per month plus tuition and 
5,000 lire towards travel expenses 

1 academic year (November to July) 

* 44 * 



United Kingdom: The British Council 
(Education Division), 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I; other countries: Ministry 
of Education or Ministry of Foreign 
Affairs 

(A 557) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 

Fellowships 
m Unrestricted 

Italy 

Jl Available to nationals of Chile, Egypt , 
Greece, Hashemite Jordan, India, 
Iraq, Ireland, Lebanon, Pakistan, 
Peru, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey; 
awards are given to persons holding 
doctorate (preferably of 10 years' 
standing) and to sculptors, painters 
and musicians. 

& 42,500 lire per month plus tuition and 
5,000 lire towards travel expenses 

B 1 academic year (November to July) 

18 2 8 

B Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 558) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 

Reciprocal Summer Scholarships 

tt Italian language and culture 

Italy 

Jl Available to nationals of Austria, 
Belgium, France, Ireland, Nether- 
lands, Portugal, Spain; awards are 
generally made on the recommendation 
of directors of Italian Institutes of 
Culture abroad and of Italian lecturers 
and professors abroad, in agreement 



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133 



ITALY Continued 



with Italian diplomatic representatives, 
to enable persons of some educational 
standing to attend courses on Italian 
language and culture for foreigners. 

4 85,000 lire 
1 2 months 
* 33 8 

Italian diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country 

(A 559) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 

Summer Scholarships 
tt Italian language and culture 

Italy 

M Available to nationals of Denmark, 
Egypt, Finland, Germany, Greece, 
Lebanon, Norway, Sweden, Swit- 
zerland, Turkey, United Kingdom; 
awards are generally made on the recom- 
mendation of directors of Italian Insti- 
tutes of Culture abroad and of Italian 
lecturers and professors abroad, in agree- 
ment with Italian diplomatic representa- 
tives to enable persons of some educa- 
tional standing to attend courses on Ita- 
lian language and culture for foreigners. 

A 85,000 lire 

5 2 months 

36 * 

* Italian diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country 

(A 560) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 

Donor: National Institute of Social 

Welfare 

Fellowships for Foreign Doctors 
tt Tuberculosis 

* Italy 

Jft Available to doctors from abroad who 
are specialists in tuberculosis; the 
fellowships are given by the National 
Institute of Social Welfare and are ten- 
able at the Carlo Forlanini Sanatorium, 
Rome (6), and the Principi di Piemonte 
Sanatorium, Naples (4). 

6 Maintenance 

8 months (1 Nov. to 30 June) 

* 10 8 

Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Palazzo 
Chigi, Rome 

(A 561) 

ITALIAN GOVERNMENT AND UNI- 
VERSITY COLLEGES OF PAVIA AND 
PISA 

Reciprocal Exchange Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 
Italy 

M Available to male nationals of Den- 
mark (3), France (4), Germany (3), 
Switzerland (2), United Kingdom (2), 



U.S.A. (4); age 18 to 35; must be uni- 
versity students or graduates. 
& 10,000 lire per month plus maintenance 
and tuition and 5,000 lire towards travel 
expenses 

?9 months 
18 * 8 (See M for allocation to each 
country) 

Denmark: Ministry of Education ; France: 
Office National des Universitcs et 
ficoles Fran^aises, 96 boulevard Raspail, 
Paris-6 e ; Germany and Switzerland: can- 
didate's own university; United King- 
dom: The British Council, 65 Davies 
Street, London W.I; U.S.A.: Institute 
of International Education, 1 East 
67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 

(A 562) 
BANK OF ITALY, Rome, Italy 

Fellowships for Advanced Study Abroad 
tt Economics and banking 

# United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

M Available to Italian nationals who have 
graduated at a state institution of 
higher learning not more than three 
years previously. 

& 400 in U.K. or $2,000 in U.S.A. plus 
transportation 

X 1 academic year 

* 3 * 

B Banca d'ltalia, Rome 

(A 563) 

ITALIAN UNIVERSITY FOR FOREIGN- 
ERS, Palazzo Gallenga, Piazza Forte- 
braccio, Perugia, Italy 

Donors: Italian industrial and com- 
mercial firms 

Grants for Foreign Students 
tt Philosophy and romance languages 
Italy: Italian University for Foreigners, 

Perugia 

M Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be university students who need 
financial assistance to study abroad, or 
students from countries whose currency 
regulations prevent their being able to 
study abroad. Some of the awards are 
put at the disposal of certain foreign 
universities for their students who wish 
to perfect their knowledge of Italian 
language and culture; the remaining 
grants are awarded direct by the 
Italian University for Foreigners. 
<5 25,000 to 50,000 lire 
SI Minimum 1 month 

* Approx. 50 2 8 

B Candidate's own university or Consiglio 
Direttivo dell' Universita Italiana per 
Stranieri, Palazzo Gallenga, Perugia 

(A 564) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 7 
Piazzale delle Scienze, Rome, Italy 
Fellowships 



134 



ITALY Continued 



Ml Physics and mathematics ; chemis- 
try ; engineering and architecture ; 
biology and medicine; agriculture 
and animal husbandry; geology, 
geography and oceanography 

Fixed by competent commission accord- 
ing to candidate's subject of study and 
research 

A Available to Italian nationals who have 
obtained a degree at an Italian institu- 
tion before 1 January 1950. 

6 Maximum 1,500,000 lire. Transpor- 
tation is paid and amount of grant 
varies according to country of study 

SI Maximum 6 months 

fl 17 2 3 (3 for each group of subjects except 

geology, geography and oceanography, 

for which there are 2) 
IB Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, 

7 Piazzale delle Scienze, Rome 

(A 565) 
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 

7 Piazzale delle Scienze, Rome, Italy 

Exchange Fellowships for Scientific 
Research 
M Scientific research 



Available to French nationals who are 
scientific research workers of proven 
ability, in exchange for similar facilities 
offered for Italian research workers by 
the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 
70,000 to 75,000 lire per month 
Unspecified 



A Unspecified * 8 
Monsieur le Directeur du CNRS, 

4 e Bureau Echanges, 13 quai Anatole 

France, Paris-7 e 

(A 566) 
UNIVERSITY OF PADUA, Padua, Italy 

Gabriella Zuccari Scholarship 
M Zoology, comparative anatomy, phy- 
siology, embryology 
<& Italy: Zoological Station, Naples 
A Available to nationals of all countries ; 
should already have done some work in 
subject of study. 
& 250,000 lire 
X 6 months 

* 1 

H Rettore del' University di Padova, 
Padua, by 31 December 

(A 567) 
HIGHER NORMAL SCHOOL, Pisa, Italy 

Exchange Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Italy: Higher Normal School, Pisa 

A Available to men students of the Uni- 
versity of Freiburg, Germany, in 
exchange for similar award given by 
that University to students of the 
Higher Normal School. 

& Maintenance, tuition and 10,000 lire per 
month pocket-money 

IS 1 academic year 

* I 23 

Ei Akademisches Rektorat der Albert- 
Ludwigs-Universitat, Freiburg 



JAPAN 



(A 568) 

IIOSEI UNIVERSITY, No. 1, 3 chome, 
Fujimicho, Chiyoda-ward, Tokyo, Japan 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
# Japan: Hosei University 
J| Available to nationals of France, Uni- 
ted Kingdom, U.S.A.; age over 19. 
4$ Tuition fees 
M 1 year 1 

ft 4 (3 available in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 
EB Hosei University, No 1, 3 chome, 
Fujimicho, Chiyoda-ward, Tokyo, be- 
tween 10 February and 31 March 

(A 569) 

NIHON UNIVERSITY, 8 Nishikanda 
Nichome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
Fellowships 



Kfl First 5 months are spent chiefly in 
learning the fundamentals of the Japan- 
ese language; thereafter re cipient may 
pursue post-graduate or senior college 
studies in law, literature, economics, 
arts, medicine, dentistry, engineer- 
ing, agriculture, fisheries or veteri- 
nary medicine 

@ Japan: Nihon University 

JR, Available to male nationals of Indonesia 
and the Philippines; age under 35; 
must be graduates of a 4-year college 
course after 12 years of general educa- 
tion in own countries and should be 
promising young men destined for 
important government posts in their 
countries; knowledge of Japanese lan- 
guage not necessary (see (H). Awards 
are intended to exchange culture, 
promote better understanding and foster 



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135 



JAPAN Continued 



closer friendship between Indonesia 
and the Philippines and Japan. 

<$ 12,000 yen per month (covers mainte- 
nance, books, etc.) plus tuition 

JS. 17 months 

ft 2: 1 to each country 

H Dr. Kikushiro Nagata, Vice-president, 
Nihon University, 8 Nishikanda Ni- 
chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, by 30 Sep- 
tember 1952 

(A 570) 

RYUKOKU UNIVERSITY, Kyoto, Japan 
Donor: Hompa-Hongwanji Temple 
Hompa-Hongwanji Fellowship 



Buddhism and its Hompa-Hongwanji 
Pure Land Sect 
Japan: Ryukoku University 
Available to male nationals of all 
countries; age 20 to 30; must be uni- 
versity graduates who have written a 
thesis pertaining to Buddhism; award is 
intended to train recipient to enter the 
priesthood of the Hompa-Hongwanji 
Pure Land Sect of Buddhism. 
Maintenance and tuition 
Unspecified 
I 28 

Rev. Chitoku Morikawa, President of 
Ryukoku University, Kyoto 



LAOS 



(A 571) 

GOVERNMENT OF LAOS: Ministry of 
National Education, Vientiane, Laos 

Higher Education Scholarships 
M Unrestricted, generally scientific and 

technical subjects 

Unrestricted, generally Western Euro- 
pean countries, Canada, India or U.S.A. 
JH Available to nationals of Laos; gene- 



rally required to have baccalaureat or its 

equivalent. 
5 Covers transportation, maintenance and 

tuition fees 
S 1 academic year * 
* 90 28 
Minis t ere de 1'Education Nationale, 

Vientiane 



LEBANON 



(A 572) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Education, Beirut, Lebanon 

Exchange and Travel Scholarships 

tt Arab language and oriental studies 

Lebanon 

M. Available to nationals of France, 
Italy, Spain, and of North and South 
American countries; must have com- 
pleted secondary school studies. 

& Lebanese 2,500 plus tuition fees 

O 1 year l 

A Approx. 10 2 8 

Hi Lebanese diplomatic representative in 
candidate's own country 

(A 573) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Education, Beirut, Lebanon 

Fellowships for Higher Studies 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to nationals of the Lebanon ; 
must be university graduates or have 
completed several years of higher stu- 
dies; recipients must serve the Govern- 



ment for 2 years for each year spent 

abroad 
& Lebanese 2,000 p. a. in Europe or 

Lebanese 3,000 p.a. in U.S.A. 
21 Usually 2 years J 
* 97 * 

Ministry of Education, Beirut, by 15 
July 

(A 574) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Beirut, Lebanon 

Study Awards 
tt Subjects connected with candidate's 

teaching responsibilities 
Europe, America 
M. Available to nationals of the Lebanon 

who are state-recognized teachers. 

Awards are to enable them to go abroad 

for advanced studies. 
A Lebanese 2,000 in Europe; Lebanese 

3,000 in America 
K Varies, usually 2 or 3 years 

* 10 a 

Ministry of Education, Beirut 



136 



LEBANON Continued 



(A 575) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, Beirut, Lebanon 

Awards for Government Officials 
tt According to Government's needs 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of the Lebanon 
who are Government officials. They are 
sent abroad to specialize according to 
the Government's needs. 

<$ Salary plus expenses 

X Unspecified 

A Unspecified 2 8 

H No application required 

(A 576) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

Agriculture, Beirut, Lebanon 
Scholarships 

tt Agricultural subjects, veterinary me- 
dicine 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to nationals of the Lebanon. 

<5 Unspecified 

H Unspecified 

* 25 

Ministry of Agriculture, Beirut 

(A 577) 

LEBANESE GOVERNMENT: Aviation 
Bureau, Ministry of Public Works, Beirut, 
Lebanon 

Scholarships 
tt Civil aviation, aeronautics 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to nationals of the Lebanon, 
rf Unspecified 
IS. Unspecified 



* 11 

H Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Public 
Works, Beirut 

(A 578) 

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, Beirut, 
Lebanon 

Donor: Unesco, by grant-in-aid 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

G Lebanon: American University of Beirut 
M Available to Palestinian Arab refugee 

students who are in need of financial 

assistance; preference is given to senior 

students. 
<5 Unspecified (total amount for awards 

is $10,000) 
X 1 year 1 

* 76 2 

American University, Beirut 

(A 579) 

ST. JOSEPH UNIVERSITY, Beirut, Le- 
banon 

Donor: Unesco, by grant-in-aid 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Lebanon: St. Joseph University, Beirut 
JK Available to Palestinian Arab re- 
fugee students who are in need of 
financial assistance; preference is given 
to senior students. 

6 Unspecified (total amount for awards 

is $3,000) 
]J 1 year * 

26 2 

fli St. Joseph University, Beirut 



LIBERIA 



(A 580) 

GOVERNMENT OF LIBERIA: Depart- 
ment of Public Instruction, Monrovia, 
Liberia, West Africa 

Government Scholarships and Grants- 
in-Aid 

tt Medicine, science and technology, 
international law, education, agri- 
culture, banking and other subjects 
France, Germany, Netherlands, Swit- 
zerland, United Kingdom, U.S.A. (and 
possibly New Zealand) 
M Available to nationals of Liberia ; 



must have completed secondary school 
reducation with *'B" average minimum 
recipients must contract to serve the; 
Government on completion of studies. 
Awards are to train personnel for the 
development of Liberia. 
Scholarships cover all expenses and 
grants-in-aid vary according to reci- 
pient's needs 

According to study needs 
41 scholarships and 17 grants-in-aid 
Department of Public Instruction, Mon- 



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137 



LUXEMBOURG 



(A 581) 

GOVERNMENT OF LUXEMBOURG: 
Ministry of National Education, 12 me du 
Saint-Esprit, Luxembourg 

Loans for Study Abroad 
Unrestricted 
9 Unrestricted 
Jl Available to nationals of Luxembourg 

to continue tbeir higher studies abroad; 

recipients must repay the loans, free 



of interest, after 10 years unless they 
have been converted into outright 
grants. 

6 4,000 to 6,000 Lux. frs. per term 

H According to study needs * 

* Approx. 100 8 8 (Generally all appli- 
cations are granted) 

B Ministere de 1'fiducation Nationale, 
12 rue du St. Esprit, Luxembourg 



MEXICO 



(A 582) 

GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO: Ministry 
of Education, Mexico, D.F., Mexico 

Fellowships 
Ml Unrestricted 
Europe, U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Mexico. 
& U.S. $45 to 250 per month 
1 academic year l 

* Approx. 24 23 

Secretaria de Educaci6n Piiblica, Mexi- 
co, D.F. 

(A 583) 

GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO: Ministry 

of Education, Mexico, D.F., Mexico 

Fellowships of the Mexico-United States 
Cultural Co-operation Commission 

M Unrestricted 

Mexico 

Jl Available to nationals of U.S.A. 

& 800 Mexican pesos per month 

K 1 academic year 

* 15 28 

Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 

(A 584) 

GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO: Ministry 
of Education, Mexico, D.F., Mexico 

Buenos Aires Convention Fellowships 
Ml Unrestricted 
Mexico 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. 
& 1,000 Mexican pesos per month 
IB 1 academic year 

* 3 23 

fli Mexican diplomatic representatives in 
U.S.A. 

(A 585) 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY, 
Mexico, D.F., Mexico 
Scholarships 



Ml History and antiquities 

Mexico 

Jl Available to nationals of U.S.A. 

& Unspecified 

B Unspecified 

* 3 

B Museo Nacional de Historia, Mexico, 
D.F. 

(A 586) 

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AGRICUL- 
TURE, Chapingo, Mexico 

Scholarships 
tft Irrigation, plant science, forestry, 

parasitology, agricultural economics 

and industries 
Mexico: National School of Agriculture, 

Chapingo 
J. Available to male nationals of Latin 

American countries; age 16 to 21; 

must have completed secondary school 

studies. 

<5 5,000 Mexican pesos p.a. 
7 years 

* Unspecified 8 3 

Hi Escuela Nacional de Agricultura, Cha- 
pingo, between 1 and 30 November 

(A 587) 

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO, 

Calle del Maestro Justo Sierra 16, Mexico, 

D.F., Mexico 

"El mejor Pasante" 

Ml Unrestricted, provided it is connected 
with candidate's field of specialization 

Unrestricted, provided suitable facili- 
ties exist 

M. Available to candidates who have 
obtained a degree or diploma during the 
previous year at the National Univer- 
sity of Mexico. 

& 5,000 Mexican pesos 

K 6 months 

ft 22 to 25 2 



138 



MEXICO Cominaed 



Direccidn General de Difusi6n Cultural, 
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de 
Mexico, Calle del Maestro Justo Sierra 
16, Mexico, D.F. 

(A 588) 

SQUIBB SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE 
IN MEXICO, Ave. San Angel No. 1267, 
Villa Obregon, D.F., Mexico 

Squibb Scholarship 
tt Medical research, preferably connected 

with some important problem in Mexico 
At least first year has to be spent in 

U.S.A. 
Ji Available to nationals of Mexico; age 

limit 30; must have medical degree. 
<$ $5,000 p. a. 
S 3 years 

* I 23 

Si Comite de Becas Squibb en Mexico, 
Ave. San Angel No. 1267, Villa Obregon, 
D.F. 



(A 589) 

WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO, 
Madereros 151, Tacubaya, D.F., Mexico 
Donor: Adela Formosa de Obregon 
Santacilia 
Scholarship 
Ml Unrestricted 

<P Mexico: Women's University of Mexico 
tt Available to women nationals of Latin 
American and European countries; 
age over 18; must be educated to uni- 
versity entrance standard; must have 
knowledge of Spanish or be prepared to 
learn it. 

& Maintenance and tuition fees 
SI 1 academic year 1 
* I 28 

Bi Universidad Feminina de Mexico, Made- 
reros 151, Tacubaya, D.F., by beginning 
of November 



MONACO 



(A 590) 

GOVERNMENT OF MONACO: Ministry 
of State, Place de la Visitation, Monaco, 
Principality of Monaco 

Scholarships for Study Abroad 
M Unrestricted 

# Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Monaco to 
enable them to carry out studies 
abroad. 

l 18,750 to 150,000 Fr.frs. 

X According to study needs 

* 100 between Award No. A 590 and 
Award No. A 591 2 3 

B Ministere d'Etat, Place de la Visitation, 
Monaco, by 30 October 

(A 591) 

GOVERNMENT OF MONACO: Ministry 
of State, Place de la Visitation, Monaco, 
Principality of Monaco 

Scholarships 
Ml Unrestricted 
fc France 
M. Available to foreign nationals whose 

families have been domiciled in Monaco 

for at least 20 years, to enable them to 

study in France. 
& 18,750 to 150,000 Fr.frs 



E According to study needs 

* 100 between Award No. A 590 and 
Award No. A 591 2 3 

B Ministere d'Etat, Place de la Visitation, 
Monaco, by 30 October 

(A 592) 

MUSEUM OF OCEANOGRAPHY, Avenue 
Saint-Martin, Monaco, Principality of Mo- 
naco 

Donor: Institute of Oceanography of 

Paris 

Oceanography Scholarships 
H Research in physical or biological 

oceanography 

$ Monaco: Museum of Oceanography 
Jft Available to nationals of all countries ; 

age over 25; must be qualified oceano- 

graphers having university degree at 

least equivalent to licence in science; 

awards are to enable recipients to carry 

out independent research. 
& 50,000 Fr.frs. Lodging can be provided 

for a moderate payment 
I Minimum 1 month 

* 4 23 

B Directeur du Musee Occanographique, 
Monaco, by 1 April 



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139 



NETHERLANDS 



(A 593) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Government Scholarships 
tt Zoology 

Italy: Zoology Laboratory at Naples 
A Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands. 

<5 F1.500 

IS. Approx. 2 months 

* 2 2 8 

B Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van 
Wetenschappen, Amsterdam 

(A 594) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Government Scholarship 
tt Botany 

* France: Botanical Laboratory at Mont- 
peliier 

M Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands. 
<S F1.500 

1 Approx. 2 months 

* 1 

Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van 
Wetenschappen, Amsterdam 

(A 595) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Grants for Study Abroad 
II Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands, especially those wishing to go 
abroad to prepare a thesis. 

& Unspecified 

K Unspecified 

fc Unspecified 2 8 

Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences, 
The Hague 

(A 596) 

NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 
Buitenzorg Scholarship 

tt Botany 

Indonesia: Buitenzorg 

M Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands. 

& Fl. 1,800 

BI Approx. 1 year 

* 1 *' 

B Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van 
Wetenschappen, Amsterdam 

(A 597) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Ramsay Memorial Fellowship 
tt Chemistry 

United Kingdom 

Jft Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands. 



& 400 
X 1 year 

* 1 a8 

B Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie var* 
Wetenschappen, Amsterdam 

(A 598) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Exchange Scholarships of the Nether- 
lands: 

(a) Netherlands-Belgian Cultural Con- 
vention; (b) Netherlands-French Cul- 
tural Convention 

tt Unrestricted 

9 Netherlands 

M. Available to (a) Belgian nationals and 

(b) French nationals having university 
degree or having completed several 
years' higher study. 

& (a) F1.183 per month plus tuition fees; 

(b) F1.200 per month 
21 1 to 6 months 

* Approx. 20 each (a) and (b); as the 
Conventions provide for exchanges of 
(a) 90 months and (b) 80 months of 
fellowships per year, number awarded 
depends on the duration of each 
award 2 8 

B (a) Ministere de 1'Instruction Publiquc, 
Brussels; (b) Office National des Uni- 
versites et ftcoles Franchises, 96 boule- 
vard Raspail, Paris-6 e , in May 

(A 599) 

NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Exchange Scholarships of the Nether- 
lands: Anglo-Dutch Cultural Convention 

tt Unrestricted 

Netherlands 

M. Available to British nationals having a 
university degree or having completed 
several years' higher study. 

6 Fl.2,250 plus tuition 

3 1 academic year 

* 4 * 8 

B The British Council, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I 

(A 600) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Exchange Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Netherlands 
M. Available to nationals of Denmark; 

must have completed several years' 

higher study. 

<5 Fl.2,000 plus tuition fees 
IS. 8 months 
A 1 8 
B Ministry of Education, Copenhagen K 



140 



NETHERLANDS Continued 



(A 601) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Exchange Scholarships of the Nether- 
lands Cultural Convention with Luxem- 
bourg 
tt Unrestricted 

* Netherlands 

A Available to nationals of Luxembourg ; 

must have completed several years' 

higher study. 

l F1.200 per month plus tuition fees 
I 8 months 

* 1 a 

B Ministere de 1'fiducation Nationale, 
Luxembourg 

(A 602) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Exchange Fellowships 
Ml Unrestricted 

* Netherlands 

A Available to Italian nationals; must be 
university graduates of not more than 
10 years* standing. 

*5 Fl.1,000 

X 8 months 

* 2 2 s 

Hi Direzione Generate delle Relazioni Cultu- 
rali, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, 
Piazza Firenze 27, Rome 

(A 603) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Netherlands Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

* Netherlands 

Jft Available to nationals of Canada, 
Germany, Norway and Sweden hav- 
ing university degree or having com- 
pleted several years' higher study. 

$ Fl.2,000 plus tuition fees 

IS 1 academic year 

fc Unspecified 2 3 (1 to Germany) 

9 Canada: Department of External Affairs, 
Ottawa; Germany: Deutscher Akade- 
mischer Austauschdienst, Nassestrasse 
lla, Bonn; Norway:} Kantoret for 
kulturelt samkven med utlandet, Oslo; 
Sweden: The Swedish Institute, 34 
Kungsgatan, Stockholm 

(A 601) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Netherlands Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

* Netherlands 

A Available to South African graduates 

arid undergraduates. 
S F1.600 to Fl.1,800 plus tuition 
B 3 to 9 months 

* Approx. 20 2 (Up to Fl.17,500 p.a. are 
given for these scholarships) 



* Nederlands-Zuid-Afrikaanse Vereniging, 
Keizersgracht 141, Amsterdam C 

(A 605) 

NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

(a) Hendrik A. van Coenen Torchiana 
Scholarship; (b) Edward W.Bok Scholar- 
ship; (c) Hendrik Willem Van Loon 
Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Netherlands 

A Available to nationals of U.S.A. ; 
must have completed several years' 
higher study. 

^ Fl.2,000 plus tuition 

X 1 academic year 

* (a) 1 3 ; (b) 1 a 8 ; (c) 1 * 8 

ES Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
by 1 March 

(A 606) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Scholarships for Netherlands Summer 

Courses 
tt Subjects included in Dutch university 

summer courses 
Netherlands 

M Available to nationals of Germany. 
*l F1.300 
I 1 month 

* 4 

E9 Deutscher Akademischer Austausch- 
dienst, Nassestrasse lla, Bonn 

(A 607) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Scholarships for Netherlands Summer 

Courses 
tt Subjects included in Dutch university 

summer courses 
Netherlands 
Jft Available to nationals of Italy and 

Spain. 
<5 F1.400 
IS. 1 month 

* 6 2 s : 2 to Italy, 4 to Spain 

9 Italy: Direzione Generate delle Rela- 
zioni Culturali, Ministero degli Affari 
Esteri, Piazza Firenze 27, Rome; 
Spain: Consejo Superior de Investiga- 
ciones Cientificas, Madrid 

(A 608) 

NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

Uncsco-Netherlands Government Fel- 
lowships 

tt Natural sciences, cultural activities 

Netherlands 

M. Available to nationals of Drazil, Israel, 
Korea; should be mature persons 
already established in their professions; 



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141 



NETHERLANDS Continued 



must have knowledge of Dutch, English, 
French or German. 

4 F1.333 per month plus tuition fees 
B 6 months 

* 3 

H Ministry of Education" or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country, by 1 November 1952 

(A 609) 
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT 

(a) Netherlands Government Scholar- 
ships for the Netherlands Antilles 

(b) Netherlands Government Scholar- 
ships for Surinam 

Ml Unrestricted 

Netherlands 

Jft Available to inhabitants of (a) the 
Netherlands Antilles and (b) Surinam 
who need financial aid in order to con- 
tinue their studies in the Netherlands. 

& Fl.2,000 p.a. 

15 According to study needs 

* (a) 12* 8 
(b) 26 2S 

E9 (a) Candidate's local education autho- 
rity; (b) Ministry of Education, Para- 
maribo, Surinam 

(A 610) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE NETHER- 
LANDS ANTILLES 

Grants 

tt Unrestricted 
fc Netherlands 

M. Available to inhabitants of the Nether- 
lands Antilles who need financial 
aid in order to continue their studies 
in the Netherlands. 
& Fl.2,000 ]xa. 
H According to study needs 

* 54" 

Ministry of Education, Willemstad, 
Curasao 

(A 611) 

GOVERNMENT OF SURINAM, Para- 
maribo, Surinam 

Grants 

tt Unrestricted 
Netherlands 

M. Available to inhabitants of Surinam 
who need financial aid in order to 
continue their studies in the Nether- 
lands. 
& 1,500 Surinam guilders p.a. 

5 According to study needs 

* 19" 

Ministry of Education, Paramaribo, 
Surinam 

(A 612) 
FREE UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, 

Keizersgracht 162, Amsterdam, Nether- 
lands 

Scholarships 



tt Theology, law, economics, Dutch 
literature, science (physics, chemistry, 
mathematics) 

Netherlands: Free University of Amster- 
dam 

J& Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be educated to university entrance 
standard and must be unmarried. 
Awards are to enable recipients to 
acquire academic knowledge based on 
the Christian Reformed religion. 

<5 Maintenance and tuition 

]H 1 academic year 

* 42S . 

EH Vrije Universiteit te Amsterdam, Kei- 
zersgracht 162, Amsterdam, by 1 March 

(A 613) 

BATAAFSE PETROLEUM MAAT- 

SCHAPPIJ N.V., Netherlands 
Study Grants 

tt Subjects connected with Dutch indus- 
trial reconstruction 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands ; candidates are nominated by 
professors in Dutch universities; on 
completion of studies recipients must 
take up work which will contribute to 
industrial reconstruction in the Nether- 
lands. 

6 Fl.2,000 p.a. 

X 4 years 

* 20 

Hi No application required 

(A 614) 

DUTCH STATE MINES, Netherlands 
International Exchange of Mining Stu- 
dents 
tt Mining 

* Netherlands 

M. Available to British mining graduates 
or trainees nominated by the British 
National Coal Board. The exchanges are 
arranged by the British National Coal 
Board and the Dutch State Mines in 
order to broaden the practical expe- 
rience of mining graduates and trainees. 
The Dutch State Mines arrange visits 
to mines, mining engineering works, 
welfare and rehabilitation centres, etc. 

& Maintenance and personal allowance. 
The National Coal Board pays transpor- 
tation 

X Usually 4 to 6 weeks during summer 

vacation 
fc Unspecified a 

Hi Candidates are nominated by the 
British National Coal Board 

(A 615) 

NETHERLANDS NATIONAL UNION 
OF SOROPTIMIST CLUBS, van Heemstra- 
laan 54, Arnhem, Netherlands 
Scholarships 



142 



NETHERLANDS Continued 



M Unrestricted 

* Netherlands 

M. Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom and U.S.A. who are mem- 
bers of their National Federation of 
Soroptimist Clubs, to enable them to 
carry out investigations in the Nether- 
lands. 

& Maximum Fl.1,000 

I Approx. 4 to 6 weeks 

* 3 (2 to U.K. and 1 to U.S.A.) 
ES Awards already allocated 

(A 616) 

NETHERLANDS ORGANIZATION FOR 

PURE RESEARCH, Lange Voorhout 60, 

The Hague, Netherlands 
Grants 

tt Research in any science except applied 
sciences 

Unrestricted 

jft Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands who are qualified to undertake 
post-doctoral studies; age limit 40. 

& Fl.5,000 plus transportation, tuition 
fees, books, etc. 

K 1 academic year 

* 8 23 

PB Nederlandse Organisatie voor Zuiver- 
Wetenschappelijk Ondersoek, Lange 
Voorhout 60, The Hague, by 1 June 

(A 617) 

NETHERLANDS ORGANIZATION FOR 
PURE RESEARCH, Lange Voorhout 60 
The Hague, Netherlands 

Exchange Fellowships for Scientific 

Research 



M Scientific research 

Netherlands 

4R Available to French nationals who are 
scientific research workers of proven 
ability, in exchange for similar facilities 
for Netherlands research workers offered 
by the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance and 
research facilities 

E Varies in individual cases l 

k Unspecified 23 ; as the convention be- 
tween the Netherlands and the CNRS 
provides for exchanges of 30 months of 
fellowships in an academic year, number 
awarded depends on duration of each 
award 

m Monsieur le Directeur du CNRS, 4 e Bu- 
reau Exchanges, 13 quai Anatole-France, 
Paris-7 e 

(A 618) 

UTRECHT OBSERVATORY, Zonnen- 

burg 2, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Exchange Assistantship 

III Astronomy 

<P Netherlands: Utrecht Observatory 

Jtt. Available, on an exchange basis, to 
observatory assistants in any country, 
preferably assistants or observers in- 
terested in astrophysics. 

^ Exchange of salary 

21 Approx. 3 months 

* I 2 s 

El Utrecht Observatory, University of 
Utrecht, Zonnenburg 2, Utrecht 



NEW ZEALAND 



(A 619) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: Depart- 
ment of External Affairs, Wellington C.I, 
New Zealand 

(a) Colombo Plan Fellowships 

(b) Colombo Plan Scholarships 

(c) Colombo Plan Training Grants 
II Unrestricted 

New Zealand 

M. Available to nationals of countries of 
South and South-East Asia which 
participate in the Technical Co-opera- 
tion Scheme; must be sponsored by 
own governments. 

<5 (a) 600 p.a., (b) 300 p.a. or (c) Main- 
tenance allowance; plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, etc., clothing allow- 



ance of 60, approved travel within 
New Zealand 
B (a) Maximum 1 year 

(b) Maximum 3 years 

(c) Unspecified 

* (a) 40 2 ; (b) 10 2 ; (c) Unspecified 8 
Ei Relevant government department in 
candidate's own country 

(A 620) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: New 
Zealand National Commission for Unesco, 
c/o Education Department, Wellington, 
New Zealand 

New Zealand Government Fellowships 

within the Unesco Scheme 
I Agriculture, engineering, land registra- 



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143 



NEW ZEALAND Continued 



tion, mining, surveying, social welfare, 
broadcasting (technical aspects), edu- 
cation and other fields suitable for 
short-term refresher courses 

tt New Zealand 

JL Available in 1952 to nationals of Indo- 
nesia (1), Malaya (1), Singapore (1), 
Thailand (2), and Sarawak and North 
Borneo, jointly (1); age 30 to 40; must 
be mature student or administrator who, 
on return to own country, will be able 
to use experience gained in New Zealand 
to contribute to his country's recon- 
struction. 

300 plus transportation, clothing 
allowance and grant for approved travel 
in New Zealand 

B Average 6 months 1 

* 6 8 

Pi Ministry of Education in candidate's 
own country. Information may be 
obtained from The Secretary, New 
Zealand National Commission for Unesco, 
c/o Education Department, Wellington 

(A 621) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 

Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington 

.C.I, New Zealand 

New Zealand Government Bursaries 

tt Drama, music, ballet 

> Usually Australia, France, United 
Kingdom 

M. Available to residents of New Zealand 
who have studied their subject as 
far as possible with the facilities avail- 
able in New Zealand. Awards are to 
encourage advanced study of drama, 
music and ballet. 

A 360 p.a. 

M Maximum 2 years 

* 9 2 8 (3 in drama, 5 in music, 1 in ballet) 
H Secretary, Department of Internal 

Affairs, Wellington, by October 

(A 622) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: Public 
Service Commission, Bowen Street, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand 

Public Service Commission Bursaries 
tt Unrestricted, mainly scientific and 

technical 

* Unrestricted 

4 Available to officers of New Zealand 
Public Service; age preferably under 35; 
should have honours degree (preferably 
first class) in the field in which overseas 
study is to be undertaken; must show 
more than average practical ability 
in official duties and must agree to 
return to Public Service for specified 
period. 

& Not fixed; usually approx. 250 p.a. 

IS 2 to 3 years 

A Unspecified 2 a 



Public Service Commission through 
candidate's own department 

(A 623) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 

New Zealand Forest Service, Fitzherbert 

Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand 

New Zealand Forest Service Bursaries 

tt Forestry 

^ Australia, United Kingdom or other 
suitable countries 

M. Available to male residents of New 
Zealand who are science graduates on 
the staff of the New Zealand Forest 
Service; recipients must return to 
New Zealand and work for the Forest 
Service for 5 years or else repay the 
amount of the bursary. 

& 300 p.a. for single man, 400 p.a. for 
married man or 460 p.a. for married 
man with children; plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, etc., subject to 
adjustment according to country of 
study 

S 2 academic years 

A Approx. 6 2 3 

B New Zealand Forest Service, Fitz- 
herbert Terrace, Wellington 

(A 624) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 
Department of Scientific and Industrial 
Research, P.O. Box 18, Government Build- 
ings, Wellington, New Zealand 

National Research Fellowships 
tt Scientific research 
New Zealand or any approved overseas 

university 

M. Available to nationals of New Zealand ; 
must have B.Sc. degree or equivalent 
and have had some post-graduate 
research experience. On expiry of 
fellowship, recipient must return to 
New Zealand or serve New Zealand 
interests in some approved sphere 
overseas, for at least 2 years. 
$ 500 p.a. plus maximum grants of 
100 for transportation, 25 for tuition 
fees and 25 for books 
H 1 year * 
* 2 2S 

ES Secretary, Department of Scientific 
and Industrial Research, P.O. Box 18, 
Government Buildings, Wellington, by 
31 January 

(A 625) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 
Department of Scientific and Industrial 
Research, P.O. Box 18, Government Build- 
ings, Wellington, New Zealand 

National Research Scholarships 
tt Scientific research 
Australia, New Zealand, United King- 
dom 
M. Available to nationals of New Zealand ; 



144 



NEW ZEALAND Continued 



must have B.Sc. degree or equivalent. 
On expiry of scholarship, recipient must: 
offer his services to the New Zealand 
Public Service Commission for a period 
of at least 2 years. 

>$ 250 p. a. in New Zealand or Australia 
or 350 p. a. in U.K., plus maximum 
grants of 50 for tuition fees and 50 
for books. A maximum travel grant of 
100 is given for scholarships tenable in 
U.K. 

X 2 years 1 

A 5 2 8 (2 for study in U.K.; 3 for Australia 
and New Zealand) 

3 Secretary, Department of Scientific 
and Industrial Research, P.O. Box 18 S 
Government Buildings, Wellington, by 
31 January 

(A 626) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 
Department of Scientific and Industrial 
Kesearoh. P.O. Box 38, Government Build- 
ings, Wellington. New Zealand 

National Research Scholarship 
tt Scientific research 
O New Zealand 
A Available to nationals of the Unifred 

Kin|d<m ; must have B.Sc. degree or 

equivalent. 
350 p. a. plus maximum grant 1 * of 

100 for transportation, 50 for tuition 

fees and 50 for books 
M 2 vears a 
A I 38 
H Department of Scientific and Industrial 

Research, P.O. Box 18, Government 

Buildings, Wellington, by 31 January 

(A 627) 

ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND 

ART SOCIETIES, 192 Tinakori Road, 

Wellington N.I, New Zealand 
Travelling Art Scholarship 

tt Painting, dcsiffii, sculpture, archi* 
Scefisr*' (for 1953 award is reserved for 
painting and sculpture) 

Unrestricted 

Ji Available to IV ew Zealand nationals; 
age 22 to 40; must give proof of genuine 
art ability; recipient must return to 
New Zealand for 2 years after scholar- 
ship is completed. Award is intended to 
encourage the practice and appreciation 
of art in New Zealand* 

& NZ. 1,000 

j[ 2 years 

& 1 2 3 

Hi Mr. P. Martin Smith, Secretary, Asso- 
ciation of New Zealand Art Societies, 
192 Tinakori Road, Wellington N.I, 
or Art Societies in main centres through- 
out New Zealand, by 1 May 



(A 628) 

AUCKLAND SOCIETY OF ARTS, P.O. 

Box 1411, Auckland C.I, New Zealand 
Donors: Carnegie Corporation of New 
York and Auckland Society of Arts 
Auckland Society of Arts Carnegie 
Travelling Scholarship 

IS Fine arts, preferably painting 

Preferably United Kingdom and other 
European countries 

A Available to nationals of IVew Zealand! 
recipient must return to New Zealand 
on completion of scholarship period. 

& Transportation 

X 1 year 1 

* I 23 

1H Auckland Society of Arts, P.O. Box 
1411, Auckland C.I 

(A 629) 

CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY COL- 

LEGE, Box 1026, Christchurch, New 

Zealand 

Donors: Mr. Arthur and Mis. Agnes Sims 
Sims Empire Scholarship 

tt Physios, chemistry, mathematics* 
medicine and such other subjects as 
may be determined 

d United Kingdom 

A Available to New Zealand nationals 
Born ID New Zealand or children of 
parents both of whom within 3 years 
of birth of child have been resident 
in N.Z. for 7 years or more; must 
be graduates of University of New 
Zealand. 

4 NZ.345 

ffi 2 years l 

It I every 2 years 2 

Hi The Registrar, Canterbury University 
College, P.O. Box 3026, Christchurch, 
by 1 November of year preceding award 

(A 630) 

CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY COL- 

LEGE, Box 1026, Christcimrch, New 

Zealand 

Donors: Mr. Arthur and Mrs. Agnes Sims 
Lord Rutherford Memorial Research 
Fellowship 

II Chemistry, physics, mathematics 

Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of University of 
New Zealand, or of any university 
within the British Empire, who have 
resided in New Zealand for not less 
than three years; must have shown 
outstanding merit in study of physics, 
chemistry and mathematics. 

J NZ.400 

ff 2 years l 

A 1 every 2 years a 

Hi The Registrar, Canterbury University 



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10 



145 



NEW ZEALAND-Conlmued 



College, Christchurch, by 1 November 
f year preceding award 

(A 631) 

CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY COL- 
LEGE, Box 1026, Christchurch, New 
Zealand 

Donor: Mrs. Clara Lister Gabbatt 
Sir William Hartley Scholarships 
tt Arts and science 
Europe 

A Available to IVcw Zealand female 
nationals having studied at Canterbury 
University College for at least 1 year 
and having at least bachelor's degree; 
must be capable, in the opinion of a 
Professorial Board, of obtaining a 
doctorate in an English university. 

4 NZ.200 p.a. 
K 3 years 

* 1 every 3 years* 

5 The Registrar, Canterbury University 
College, Christchurch 

(A 632) 

CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY COL- 
LEGE, Box 1026, Christchurch, New 
Zealand 

Donor: The late Robert Bell 
Robert Bell Travelling Scholarship in 
Journalism 

t& Journalism (observation of irrigation 
projects, tree planting, improved agri- 
cultural methods, etc.) 
Unrestricted 

A Available to New Zealand nationals; 
must hold Diploma of Journalism of 
New Zealand taken at Canterbury 
University College; on return to New 
Zealand recipient will write series of 
articles setting out his observations 
and information gained on the subjects 
of study, which articles are to be sub- 
mitted for publication in the Ashburton 
"Mail and Guardian". 
*> NZ.100 
fi 1 year 

* 1 2 s 

E& The Registrar, Canterbury University 
College, Christchurch, by 1 October 

(A 633) 

NATIONAL ART GALLERY, Buckle 
Street, Wellington, New Zealand 

Donor: New Zealand Government 
National Art Gallery Travelling Scholar- 
ship in Art 
tH Painting, sculpture, design 

* Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
Management Committee of the National 
Art Gallery 

J& Available to nationals of New Zealand ; 

age 21 to 30; must be art students of 

outstanding ability. 
4 500 p.a. 
I 3 years 1 



Si National Art Gallery, Buckle Street, 
Wellington, by 15 March 

(A 634) 

NEW ZEALAND FEDERATION OF 
UNIVERSITY WOMEN, New Zealand 
New Zealand Federation of University 
Women Graduate Research Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 

Countries other than New Zealand 
JS. Available to women nationals of New 
Zealand who are graduates member* 
of the New Zealand Federation of Uni- 
versity Women; age over 25; award* 
are intended to foster international 
understanding and friendship by giving 
recipients an opportunity to study in 
countries other than their own. 
d Minimum NZ.300 
SI 1 year 

ft nil (1 available in 1953-54) 
L3 Mrs. A. A. Orton, Hon. Secretary, New 
Zealand Federation of University 
Women, 4 Sim Street, Maori Hill. 
Dunedin 

(A 635} 

NEW ZEALAND SOCIETY OF ACCOUN- 
TANTS, 180 Lambton Quay, Wellington, 
INcw Zealand 

Travelling Scholarship 
fcfl Aecoiinfunoy 
United Kingdom or any other country 

approved by the Council 
& Available to members of the New 
Zealand Society of Accountants; 
age under 30; university degree in 
commerce is an advantage but not 
essential. Awards are to enable member* 
of the Society to gain accountancy 
experience overseas and in due course t* 
return to New Zealand in order to advance 
the standard of accountancy there. 
& NZ.200 p.a. 
21 2 years 

ft I 2 3 

tfS The Secretary, N.Z. Society of Accoun- 
tants, 180 Lambton Quay, Wellington, 
by 30 September 

(A 636) 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND, 
Corner Bowen and Mowbray Streets, 
Wellington, New Zealand 

Post-graduate or Travelling ^Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom; approval may be 
given for Australia, Canada, France, 
U.S.A. 

A Available to New Zealand nationals; 
age 21 to 25; must have Master's degree 
(First Class Honours) of New Zealand 
University save for courses where 
awards are made at Bachelor stage, viz. 



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NEW ZEALAND Continued 



architecture, law, medicine, engineer- 
ing, dentistry. 

<i 400 p.a. or 300 p. a. in the case of 
doctor, engineer, or architect allowed 
to earn while holding award 

B 2 academic years; 1 year in engineering, 
medicine, dentistry 

* 11 8 

Hi The Registrar, University of New 
Zealand, Box 8035, Wellington, by 
1 November 

(A 637) 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND, 

Corner Bowen and Mowbray Streets, 

Wellington, New Zealand 

Donors: New Zealand Government and 

French Government 

Travelling Scholarship for a French 

National 

M Unrestricted 

ft New Zealand 

A Available to nationals of France; 
must have a good academic qualifica- 
tion in the humanities, especially 
languages, literature or history and is 
generally required to have some expe- 
rience of university teaching; recipient 
will be required to lecture in some field 
of general interest in New Zealand and 
may also have to conduct some seminars 
or tutorials. 

A NZ 1,000. Transportation will probably 
be paid in addition 

D 1 academic year 

* I 28 

ESI New Zealand Legation, 9 rue L6onard 
de Vinci, Paris-] 6 e 

(A 638) 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, P.O. Box 56, 

Dunedin, New Zealand 

Travelling Scholarships in Coal-mining 

III Coal-mining techiioloc|y 

6& Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of New Zealand ; 
must have qualified for the degree of 
B.E. (Mining) in the University of 
New Zealand or for the Diploma of 
Associate of the Otago School of Mines 
and Metallurgy. 

<$ 500 p.a. 

E 2 years 

* 2 28 

8 The Registrar, University of Otago, 
P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, by 1 November 

(A 639) 

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, P.O. Box 56, 
Dunedin, New Zealand 

Donor; The late Dr. William Evans 
Fanny Evane Travelling Scholarship in 
Music 



tt Music 

Unrestricted 

A Available to New Zealand national*; 
age limit 24; must have degree of 
Bachelor of Music or Diploma of Music; 
must show either exceptional promise 
in original composition or outstanding 
ability in some practical branch of 
music. 

6 NZ.300 

EG 2 years 

A 1 every 2 years 3 

IS The Registrar, University of Otage, 
Dunedin, by 1 October 

(A 640) 
UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, P.O. Box 56, 

Dunedin, New Zealand 

Donors: Trustees of the Dunedin Savings 

Bank 

Dunedin Savings Bank Scholarship in 

Dentistry 
fit Dentistry 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of New Zealand 

who hold B.D.S. degree of University 

of New Zealand; must be resident of 

Dunedin at the time of final degree 

examination. 
<S NZ.35 
SI 1 year 

A 1 every 2 years a 
E9 The Registrar, University of Otago, 

Dunedin, by 1 October 

(A 641) 
UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO, P.O. Box 56, 

Dunedin, New Zealand 

Donor: New Zealand Obstetrical Society 
Travelling Scholarship in Obstetrics and 
Gynaecology 

Of OIstetMi?N and gynaecology though 
other medical or surgical study may 
be carried out in second year of tenure 

12 months in Australia at Women's 
Hospital, Melbourne, and 12 months in 
Europe or America 

A Available to nationals of New Zealand } 
must have served for at least 12 months 
as a house surgeon after passing M.B. 
Ch.B examinations; preference given to 
candidate showing special proficiency 
in obstetrics and gynaecology and who 
intends to practise in New Zealand. 
Awards are intended to improve the 
standard of professional work in gynae- 
cology and obstetrics in New Zealand. 

<i NZ.125 p.a. 

X 2 years 

1 

The Registrar, University of Otago, 

P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, by 1 October 



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147 



NEW ZEALAND Continued 



(A 642) 

VETERINARY SERVICES COUNCIL, 
Johnston Street, Wellington, New Zealand 

Post-graduate Aid to Qualified Veteri- 

naries 
tt Veterinary science 

Unrestricted 

JR Available to male veterinary surgeons 
registered to practise in IV ou Zealand ; 
must have degree in veterinary science; 
awards are for post-graduate training 
or instruction in veterinary science. 

A Unspecified 

M Unspecified 

1 

Bi Veterinary Services Council, Johnston 
Street, Wellington 

(A 643) 

VETERINARY SERVICES COUNCIL, 
Johnston Street, Wellington, New Zealand 

Veterinary Bursary 
tt Veterinary science 

Australia 

Jfc Available to New Zealand male na- 
tionals; must have passed Medical 
Intermediate Examination; preference 
given to candidates having fanning 
background or knowledge of stock; 
recipient must refund half amount of 
award over period of 4 years after 
graduation; must return to New Zealand 



to work in the field of veterinary science 

for period of 5 years. 

260 p. a. 

4 years 

Maximum 10 

P.O. Box 866, Wellington, by IS 

December 



(A 644) 

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 
Salamanca Road, Kelburn W.I, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand 

Donor: The late Mr. James Macintosh 
James Macintosh Travelling Scholarship 
tt Education 
Europe, U.S.A. 

Jl Available to male graduates of New 
Zealand University, students at Vic- 
toria University College; must have 
ability for research work ; must declare 
that knowledge acquired as result of 
award will be applied for well-being 
of fellow citizens of the British Empire, 
and that he will do his best to assist 
in maintaining that Empire intact. 
*5 NZ.250 p.a. 
IS. 2 years l 
* I 

CS Registrar, Victoria University College* 
Salamanca Road, Kelburn W.I, 
Wellington, by 1 March 



NEW ZEALAND 

NON-SELF-GOVERNING 
TE1UUTORIES 



(A 645) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 
Department of Island Territories, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand 

Training Courses 

tt Medicine and surgery; training for 
laboratory assistants, assistant phar- 
macists, assistant sanitary inspectors 
Fiji: Central Medical School 
M Available to male nationals of Wrstcrn 
Samoa, Tnkrfaii Islands, Cook 
Islands, i\iu' Inland; selected stu- 
dents sit for a competitive examination 
and must undertake to serve with 
Islands Administration on completion of 
training. 
4 Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition, books, clothing;, etc. 
M 4 years for medicine or surgery or 

3 years for other subjects 
A 12 * 



g No application required; students are 
selected following competitive examin- 
ation 

(A 646) 

NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT: 
Department of Island Territories, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand 

Post Primary Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
$ New Zealand 

Jft Available to nationals of Western 
Samoa, TokHan Islands, Ckxik 
Inland*, Niue Island ; awards are tt 
enable selected students to complete 
the requirement? for university entrance 
examination and, where considered 
suitable, to obtain a professional quali* 
fi cation; recipients undertake to eervt 
with Islands Administration on quail* 
fication. 



148 



NEW ZEALAND NON-SELF-GOVERNING TERRITORIES Continued 



4 Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition, books, clothing, etc. 
ff According to study needs * 
A Unspecified 8 * (Approx. 88 at present 

hold awards) 



No application required; students arc 
selected following competitive examin- 
ation 



NICARAGUA 



(A 617) 

GOVERNMENT OF NICARAGUA: 
Ministry of Pubb'c Education, Managua, 
Nicaragua 

Scholarships 
flft Medicine, surgery, pharmacy, lavr, 

riijjiiieeriiifj, electrical engineering, 

humanities, industrial chemistry, 

languages 
$ Argentina, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, 



El Salvador, France, Guatemala, 

Mexico, Spain, U.S.A. Venezuela, 

Available to nationals of Nicaragua f 

must have bachillerato and be in need of 

financial assistance. 

Variable 

1 year * 

Approx. 90 28 

Inspection General de Becas, Mmisterio 

de Educacioa Publica, Managua 



NORWAY 



(A 648) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry 

of Foreign Affairs, Oslo, Norway 

Norwegian Government University Fel- 
lowships 

10 Norwegian language, literature, 
history, c'onMtitiitioual law; folklore, 
zoology, jjeolojjy 

Norway 

L Available to nationals of Belgium (3), 
Denmark (2), Finland (1), France (4), 
I* himl (1), Italy (1), IVeUierlaml* (1), 
Spain (1), S\veieii (2), United King- 
dom (4); must he university students or 
graduates. 

& NKr. 3,200 

SI 1 academic year * 

& 20 * a (See A for allocation to each 
country) 

ES France: Office National dee Universites 
et ficoles Francises, 96 boulevard 
Raspail, Pari 4 "6 e ; United Kingdom: 
The British Council (Education Divi- 
sion), 65 Davies Street, London W.I; 
Other countries: Ministry of Education 
or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in country 
concerned 

(A 649) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry 
of Foreign Affairs, Oslo, Norway 

State Grants for Advanced Studies 

Abroad 



tt Unrestricted 

& Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals' of Norway I 
must have university degree and be of 
high academic standing; preference 
given to younger scientists; recipient 
must return to work in Norway for 
period corresponding to the time he ha 
spent abroad. 

<$ NKr.3,500 to 11,000 

SI 1 academic year l 

* Approx. 15 8 

EH Det KjLjl. Utenriksdepartement, Kon- 
toret for kulturelt samkvem med 
utlamlet, Oslo 

(A 650) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry 
of Church and Education, O*lo, Norway 

(a) A. C. llouen Scholarship 

(b) Sch.iflVr Scholarship 

(c) Conrad Mohr Scholarship 

(d) Huns A. Benneche Scholarship 
(r) Erik Glosirnodt Scholarship 

(f) Chr. Lorck Schive Scholarship 
ftfi (ji) Ai'ls and sei*nei 

(b) Literature, music, theatre 

(c) Creative arts, literature, theatre, 
joiinuilisiti 

(d) Creative arts, literature, music, 
theatre, architecture 

(e) A rehi lecture 

(f) Creative arts 



For symbols and footnotes, see page 37. 



149 



Unrestricted 

Available to nationals of Norway. 

(a)NKr.l,300 to 2,800 

b)NKr.400 

c)NKr.4,600 

d)NKr.450 to 1,500 

e)NKr.3,300 
(f)NKr. 1,200 
S Unspecified 

ft (a) Approx. 8 88 ; (b) Approx. 4 8 3 ; 
(c) Approx. 4 2 8 ; (d) Approx. 4 8 3 ; (e) 
Approx. 1 z 8 ; (f ) Approx. 5 2 3 
B Kontoret for kunst og kulturarbeid, 
Kirke- og undervisningsdepartementet, 
Kronprinsensgate 6, Oslo, by March 

(A 651) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Ministry 
of Church and Education, Oslo, Norway 

(a) Government Fellowships for Authors 

(b) Government Fellowships for Compo- 
sers 

(c) Government Fellowships for Pain- 
ters and Sculptors, Actors and Musicians 

(d) Government Fellowships for Critics 
fe) Government Fellowships for Film 
Critics 

(f) Government Fellowships for Repre- 
sentatives of all Branches of the Film 
Industry 

(g) Government Fellowships for Jour- 
nalists 

(h) Government Fellowships for Indus- 
trial Designers 

tt (a) Literature; (b) Music; (c) Theatre 
and music; (d) Literature, theatre, 
music, arts; (e) Film; (f) Film; (g) 
Journalism; (h) Applied art 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Norway. 

& (a) NKr.2,000 to 4,000; (b) NKr.4,000; 
(c) NKr.4,000; (d) NKr.4,000; (e) 
NKr.4,000; (f) NKr.2,000 to 5,000; 
(g) NKr.4,000; (h) NKr.4,000 

M Unspecified 

A Unspecified 2 3 

Kontoret for kunst og kulturarbeid, 
Kirke- og undervisningsdepartementet, 
Kronprinsensgt. 6, Oslo, by March 

tjar^.- 

P m "' .(A 652) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Royal 
Norwegian Ministry of Social Welfare, 
Health Services, Drugs Branch, Suhinsgate 
23, Oslo, Norway 

State Scholarships for Practising Phar- 
macists 
tt Pharmacy 
Unrestricted 
Jt Available to Norwegian practising 

pharmacists. 

Maximum approx. NKr.5,000 
S Generally 1 year l 
ft 1 or more * 3 



H Helsedircktoratet, Suhmagato 23, Oslo, 
usually by 19 January 

(A 653) 

NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT: Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Fridtjof Nansens 
Plass 5, Oslo, Norway 

Government Fellowship* 
tt Advanced commercial studies in 

(a) Manufacturing organization; (W 

Market research; (c) Economics; (d) 

Business administration; (e) Coffee trade 
9 (a) Sweden; (b) U.S.A.; (c) U.S.A.; 

(d) Denmark; (e) Brazil 
A Available to Norwegian nationals; 

must be graduates from commercial 

colleges. 
<$ NKr.2,000 
Unspecified 

* 5 *: 1 in each field of study 
EH Kirke- og undervisningsdepartementet, 

I Skolekontor, Oslo 

(A 654) 

THE ART SOCIETY, Radhusgt. 19, Oslo, 
Norway 

Donor: Ragnhild Keyser 

Ragnhild Keyser Scholarship 
tt Painting 
9 Unrestricted 
Jft Available to nationals of Norway 

having outstanding ability in the field 

of art. 

*5 NKr.2,000 
Unspecified 
ft 1 every 3 years * 
IB Kunstforeningen, Radhusgt. 19, Oslo 

(A 655) 

ASSOCIATION OF OSLO SHOP- 
OWNERS, 1 Roald Amundsens gate, Oslo, 
Norway 

Donor: Alf Bjercke 

Alf Bjercke and Mrs. Christine Amalie 
Bjerke Scholarship 
tt Hetuil trade 

France, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
J3L Available to male Norwegian nationals; 
age 18 to 35; must have had some 
training in retail trade; award is intend- 
ed for candidates who cannot afford to 
pay for further training; other things 
being equal, preference is given to 
applicants born in Eidsvold. 
& Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition fees, etc. 
Unspecified 
* 1 or 2 a 3 

Bi Oslo Kjopmannsforeiiing, 1 Roald 
Amundsens gate, Oslo, by time limit 
announced in Oslo newspapers and 
"Kjopmannsnytt" in October and No- 
vember 



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NORWAY Continued 



(A 656) 

BERGEN COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION, 
Box 217, Bergen, Norway 

^olua Fund 
It Commerce 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Norwegian nationals who 

are young merchants of Bergen. 
<S NKr.500 to 1,000 
B Unspecified 

* 1 

ES Bergens Handelsforening, Box 217, 
Bergen 

(A 657) 

BERGEN EXCHANGE, 1 Vagsalmenning, 
Bergen, Norway 

Donors: (a) Albert M. Bredal; (b) Ernst 
Mowinckel 

(a) Albert M. Bredal and Mrs. Bredal 
Scholarship ; (b) Ernst Mowinckel Scho- 
larship 

O Commerce, economics and lan- 
guages 

Unrestricted 

Jtt Available to male Norwegian nationals 
for study or practical training abroad; 
age under 30; must be a native of Ber- 
gen, with some commercial knowledge, 
employed by a Bergen firm. 

A (a) NKr.2,400; (b) NKr.2,500 

E Unspecified l 

(a) 2 a 3 ; (b) 2 2 

9 Bergen Bors, 1 Vagsalmenning, Bergen, 
3 to 4 weeks after awards are announced 
in Bergen newspapers 

(A 658) 

FEDERATION OF NORWEGIAN IN- 
DUSTRIES, Radhusgaten 25, Oslo, Norway 
Donor: J. L. Tiedemann, Tobacco 
Manufacturers 

J. L. Tiedemann Scholarships for Indu- 
strial Workers 
tt Industrial subjects and handicrafts 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to nationals of Norway; age 
under 40; award is made for study and 
practical training for workers In industry 
or handicrafts. 

<$ NKr.1,000 to 2,500 

E Maximum 6 months 

3 to 5 a 

Ei Norges Industriforhund, Radhusgaten 
25, Oslo, by 15 April 

(A 659) 

JENS P. HEYERDAHL, Solicitor, Tol- 
bodgaten 27, Oslo, Norway 

Donor: The late Edwin Ruuds of Pitts- 
burg, Pa., U.S.A. 
Edwin Ruuds Scholarship 

Concert and opera singing 



* Unrestricted 

4t Available to female nationals of Nor- 
way and Sweden; age under 25; 
unmarried; must have singing voices of 
high promise and must intend to devote 
themselves to the art of singing; award 
is intended for candidates unable to 
afford to pay for their musical education. 
Board of Fund designates country of 
study and instructors. 

& Maximum NKr.8,000 

ffi 10 months l 

* 7 a 

ES Mr. Jens P. Heyerdahl, Tollbodgaten 
27, Oslo, by 1 April 

(A 660) 

MALTHE TRUST, c/o Fru H. Holland, 
Majorstuveien 17, Oslo, Norway 

Donor: Dr. A. Malthe 

Malthe Trust Fellowships 
tt Medicine, surgery 
Unrestricted 

JR. Available to nationals of Norway. 
6 NKr.500 to 3,000 
O 1 year 

* 10 to 20 23 

Bi Malthe-Styret, c/o Fru H. Holland, 
Majorstuveien 17, Oslo, by 1 February 

(A 661) 

MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Drammeni- 
veien 44, Oslo, Norway 

Donor: Dr. Roll 

Medical Association Fellowship 
tt Medicine 

* Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Norway. 

& NKr.600 

21 1 year 

* 2 2 3 

Bi Det medisinske Selskap, Drammena- 
veien 44, Oslo 

(A 662) 
NORWAY-AMERICA ASSOCIATION, 

Kronprinsensgate 17, Oslo, Norway 
Crown Prince Olav Scholarship 

ttb Finance, economics and related sub- 
jects 

U.S.A. 

A Available to nationals of Norway; 
age preferably under 30; preference 
given to candidates with university 
education. 

& $1,500 

2 1 academic year 

* 1 

Bi Norway-America Association, Kron- 
prinsensgate 17, Oslo, by 31 December 



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NORWAY Continual 



(A 663) 
NORWAY-AMERICA ASSOCIATION, 

KronprinsenHgate 17, Oslo, Norway 

Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Fund 

tt (a) Technical studies 
(b) Unrestricted 

* U.SA. 

O. Available to nationals of Norway; age 
preferably under 30; preference given to 
candidates with university education. 

<5 (a) $2,000; (b) $1,000 

E 1 academic year 

* (a) 1; (b) 1 

EB Awards already allocated 

(A 664) 

NORWEGIAN ARCHITECTS ASSOCIA- 
TION, Drammensvegen 20, Oslo, Norway 

Lars Backers Scholarship 
IB Architecture 
9 Unrestricted 

Jfc Available to Norwegian nationals; 
must have studied architecture at 
university and must be capable of 
working independently; recipient must 
publish a report within a year. 
& NKr.2,000 
B Unspecified * 

* 1 8 

BB Norske Architekters Landsforbund, 
Drammensvegen 20, Oslo, by 1 December 

(A 665) 

NORWEGIAN ARCHITECTS ASSOCIA- 
TION, Drammensvegen 20, Oslo, Norway 

Stener Lenschows Scholarship 
tt Architecture 
Unrestricted 
M, Available to male Norwegian nationals 

who are young students of architecture. 
& NKr. 1,000 
S 1 year l 

* 1 * 

EX Norske Arkitektcrs Landsforbund, 
Drammensvegen 20, Oslo, by 30 March 

(A 666) 

NORWEGIAN ASSOCIATION OF 
TEACHERS, Kristiau Augustsgt. 19, Oslo, 
Norway 

Norwegian Association of Teachers 

Fellowships 
tt Education 
Unrestricted 
Jft Available to nationals of Norway; 

must be members of the Norwegian 

Association of Teachers. 
45 NKr.500 to 1,000 
B 1 year 
ft Variable * * (Total amount given for 

awards is NKr. 10,000) 
BB Norges Laererlag, Kristiau Auguatsgt. 

19, Oslo 



(A 667) 

NORWEGIAN COMPOSERS ASSOCIA- 
TION, Klingenberggt. 5, Oslo, Norway 

Tono's Fund Travel Scholarship 
tt Music, especially composition 
Unrestricted 
Jft Available to Norwegian nationals who 

are gifted composers. 
*5 NKr.3,000 
E Unspecified 

* I 23 

ES Norsk Komponistforening, Klingen- 
berggt. 5, Oslo, by 1 October 

(A 668) 

NORWEGIAN COMPOSERS ASSOCIA- 
TION, Klingenberggt. 5, Oslo, Norway 

Music Fund 
tt Music 
Unrestricted 

A Available to Norwegian composer*. 
& NKr. 1,000 to 1,500 
B Unspecified 

* 1 

ES Norsk Komponistforening, Klingeo 
berggt. 5, Oslo, by 1 October 

(A 669} 

NORWEGIAN COUNCIL FOR AGRI- 
CULTURAL RESEARCH, Kronprinsen*- 
gate 6, Oslo, Norway 

Scholarships 

tt All subjects pertaining to agriculture 
Europe and U.S.A. 
M Available to Norwegian nationals; 

must be graduates; recipient is expected 

to work on special problems connected 

with Norwegian agriculture. 
& NKr.2,000 to NKr.14,000 
IS 2 to 12 months 

* Approx. 20 a 

ES Kontorct for Landbruksforskning, Kro- 
prinsensgate 6, Oslo, by May 

(A 670) 

NORWEGIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SO- 
CIETY, Hovedstyret, Stortingsgt. 22, O&lo, 
Norway 

Scholarship Fund 
tt Pharmaceutical studies 
Unrestricted 
JBt Available to Norwegian chemists and 

pharmacists to enable them to undertake 

studies which will advance Norwegian 

pharmaceutical science. 
& NKr.5,000 
H Unspecified 

ES Amannuensis A. Baerheim Svendsen, 
Universitetets farmasoytiske institutt, 
Blindern, Oslo, usually by 1 July 

(A 671) 

NORWEGIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS SO- 
CIETY, Louise gate 4 c, Oslo, Norway 
Donor: J. L. Nerlien A/S 



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NORWAY Continued 



J. L. Nerlien A/S Scholarship 

tt l*hotoj|ruphy 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Norway; 
must have completed 4 years' pro- 
fessional training. 

A NKr.1,000 

K 8 months l 

* 1 

IS) Norges Fotografforbund, Louise gate 
4 c, Oslo, by 1 April 

(A 672) 

NORWEGIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL 
FOR SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES, 
L^kkeveien 7, Oslo, Norway 

Post-graduate Fellowships 
18 IltimaniiM's ; lu\v, social science*; 

psychology, education and yoimcj 

people's welfare; science; medicine 
Unrestricted 
ftfi Available to nationals of Norway; 

generally required to be university 

graduates having done some practical 

work in the field of study. 
4! Maximum NKr.9,000 p. a. in Europe or 

NKr. 14,000 p.a. in U.S.A. 
SI 2 months to 1 year l 

* 26 (30 available in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 
Q| Norges almenvitenskapelige forsknings- 

rad, Lokkeveien 7, Oslo, by 30 November 

(A 673) 

NORWEGIAN STATE DENTAL 
SCHOOL, Geitmyrsvn 69, Oslo, Norway 
Donors: (a) Norwegian Government 
(b) Union of Norwegian Dentists 

(a) State Scholarships in Dentistry 

(b) Norwegian Dentist's Scholarship for 
the Advancement of Dental Science 

tt Dentistry 

Unrestricted 

JBS. Available to nationals of Norway; 

must be qualified dentists. 
6 (a) NKr. 12,200 

(b) Approx. NKr.1,000 
E (a) 1 academic year *; (b) Unspecified * 

* (a) 8 

(b) nil (may be available in 1953-54) 
ES Norges TannlaegchogskoJe, Geitmyrsvn 
69, Oslo, by 15 August 

(A 674) 

NORWEGIAN STATE DENTAL 
SCHOOL, Geitmyrsvn 69, Oslo, Norway 

Donors: (a) A/S Norsk Dental Depot 

(b) A/S SI-KO 

(a) A/S Norsk Dental Depot Scholarship 
in Dental Research ; (b) A/S SI-KO Schol- 
arship in Dental Medicine 

tt (a) Dental research 

(b) Dental medicine 
Unrestricted 



M. Available to nationals of Norway i 

must be qualified dentists. 
<$ (a) Approx. NKr.1,200 

(b) Approx. NKr.600 
B Unspecified ! 

* nil (may be available in 1953-54) 

E8 Norges Tannlaegehogskole, Geitmyrsvn 
69, Oslo 

(A 675) 

NORWEGIAN WELFARE ASSOCIA- 
TION, Rosenkrantzgt 8, Oslo, Norway 

Norwegian Welfare Association Scholar* 

ships 
tt (a) Agriculture and related subjects 

such as domestic industry, forestry, 

horticulture 

(b) Domestic industry 
Unrestricted 

JR. Available to nationals of Norway. 
& Varies in individual cases; covert 

transportation, maintenance and tuition 

fees 
ffi 2 years l 

* (a) 5 * ; (b) 1 a 

Si Selskapet for Norgei VeJ, Rosen- 
krantzgt 8, Oslo 

(A 676) 
OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvn. 

65, Oslo, Norway 

(a) P.M. Ekersberg og hustru Rejrine 
Ekersberg Scholarship 

(b) Franske fond 

(c) Johns. G. Heftye Scholarship 

(d) Fru Kristine Christie Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 

Unrestricted 

JH Available to Norwegian nationals who 

have graduated from Oslo Commercial 

College. 
<5 NKr. 1,500 

5 Unspecified 

* (a) 2 ' 3 ; (b) 1 * '; (c) 1 ; (d) 1 * 

E3 Oslo Hundelsgymnasium, Parkvnu 65, 
Oslo, by 1 November 

(A 677) 

OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvnu 
65, Ohio, Norway 

(a) Oslo Commercial College Jubilee 
Fund 

(b) Peter Wessel Wind Kindal Schol- 
arship 

tt Commercial studies 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Norwegian nationals who 

have graduated from Oslo Commercial 

College. 

6 NKr.1,500 
S Unspecified 

* 1 of each scholarship annually or every 
2 years 



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fli Oslo Handelsgymnasium, Parkvn. 65, 
Oslo, by 1 November 

(A 678) 

OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvn. 
65, Oslo, Norway 

Johan Wesmann Scholarship 
tt Commercial insurance 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Norwegian nationals who 
have graduated from Oslo Commercial 
College. 

4 NKr.600 

C Unspecified 

t 1 

EH Oslo Handelsstands Forening, Karl 
Johansgt. 37, Oslo 

(A 679) 

OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvn. 
65, Oslo, Norway 

Direktor Gregard K. Heje Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 

Unrestricted 

Jt Available to teachers at or graduates of 

Oslo Commercial College. 
4$ NKr.1,500 
B Unspecified 
t 1 

Oslo Handelsgymnasium, Parkvn. 65, 
Oslo, by 1 November 

(A 680) 

OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvn. 
65, Oslo, Norway 

Fru Johanne C. Schwensen Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to directors or teachers at 

Oslo Commercial College. 
4 NKr.1,500 
E Unspecified 

1 ' 

ffl Oslo Handelsgymnasium, Parkvn. 65, 
Oslo 

(A 681) 

OSLO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Parkvn. 
65, Oslo, Norway 

Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse Schol* 

arship 

tt Commercial studies 
Unrestricted 
M Available to directors and teachers or 

graduates of Oslo Commercial College. 
6 NKr. 2,000 
flf Unspecified 

1" 

Bi Oslo Handelsgymnasium, Parkvn. 65, 
Oblo 

(A 682) 

MUNICXPATY OF OSLO: Education 
Committee, Trondhjemsveien 5, Oslo, Nor- 
way 

City of Oslo Fellowships 



tt Plastic arts, creative literature, 

music including singing, dramatic art* 
architecture, journalism 

* Unrestricted 

J8. Available to Norwegian nationals; pre- 
ference given to persons domiciled in 
Oslo; awarded to promising young 
artists and to any artist who has made an 
outstanding contribution to art; candi- 
dates should ordinarily have had higher 
education. 

6 NKr.5,000 

E Unspecified * 

* 6 a 3 (1 in each field of study) 

Bi Skoleradmannen i Oslo, Trondhjeim- 
veien 5, Oslo, by 15 September 

(A 683) 

MUNICIPALITY OF OSLO: Education 
Committee, Trondhjcmsveien 5, Oslo, 
Norway 

City of Oslo Scholarships for Scientific 

and Industrial Research 
tt Scientific and industrial research 
9 Unrestricted 
Jft Available to Norwegian nationals, 

preferably those domiciled in Oslo; 

must have university degree in science. 
& NKr.5,000 
Unspecified * 

* 2 8 

Ea Skoleradmannen i Oslo, Trondhjems- 
veien 5, Oslo, by September 

(A 684) 

MUNICIPALITY OF OSLO: Education 

Committee, Trondhjemsveien 5, Oslo, 

Norway 

Bursaries for Teacher Training 

Ml Education 

& Unrestricted 

M Available to Norwegian nationals who 
are teachers in Oslo elementary or high 
schools, or vocational training school*. 

<S Approx. NKr. 1,200 

Varies 1 

* Approx. 25 to 35 2 a 

Bi Skoleradmannen i Oslo, Trondhjeins- 
veicn 5, Oslo 

(A 685) 

MUNICIPALITY OF OSLO: Education 
Committee, Trondhjemsveien 5, Oslo, 
Norway 

The O. Roe Scholarship 
tt Handicraft training for teachers 
Denmark, Finland, Sweden 
Jl Available to male IVoi'uejjian national* 

who are handicrafts teachers in Oslo 

elementary schools. 
& ]NKr.375p.a. 

1 1 or 2 years 1 

* 1 B 8 

m Skoleradmannen i Oslo, Trondhjemi- 
veicn 5, Oslo 



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(A 686) 

MUNICIPALITY OF OSLO: Education 

Committee, Trondhjemsveien 5, Oslo, 

Norway 

Donor: Theodor Henrichsen 
Theodor Henrichsen Scholarships 

(Ml Arts and science 

<& Unrestricted 

Jl Available to young Norwegian nation- 
als; preference given to persons domi- 
ciled in Oslo; must be educated beyond 
school standard; candidates for schol- 
arship in science must have a university 
degree. 

4 IN Kr. 1,500 to 2,000 

X Unspecified 

* 4 or 5 

9 Skoleradmannen i Oslo, Trondhjems- 
veien 5, Oslo, by 28 February 

(A 687) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

(a) Gustav Bruun Scholarship 

(b) Alexandra Ingiers Scholarship 
II (a) Unrestricted 

(b) Humanities and medicine in al- 
ternate years 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to nationals of Norway; 
must be graduates of the University of 
Oslo. 

<S (a) NKr.4,000; (b) NKr.2,000 

fl Unspecified 

* (a) 1 * s ; (b) 1 

9 University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 688) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Olav Brunborg Memorial Scholarship 

4ft Unrestricted 

Iceland (University of Reykjavik) and 
Norway (University of Oslo) 

J3. Available to students of the Univer- 
sities of Reykjavik and Oslo to study in 
Norway and Iceland respectively. 
Awards are intended to increase the 
cultural connexion between Norway 
and Iceland. 

A NKr.1,200 

E Unspecified 

* 1 2 8 

CS University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 689) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

(a) Ths. Hcftye Scholarship 

!b) 25-Arsstudenteiies Legat 
c) August and Mathca Manthey Schol- 
arship 
31 (a) and (b) Unrestricted 



(c) Law, economics and, secondarily, 
medicine 

* Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Norway, mmtt 

be graduates. 

& (a) NKr.500 ; (b) NKr.500 ; (c) NKr.2,000 
E Unspecified 

* (a) 2 a ; (b) 1 8 ; (c) 2 

E2 University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 690) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt,, 

Oslo, Norway 

Count Hiclmstierne-Rosencrone Scholar- 
ship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

01 Available to nationals of Norway, 
preferably graduates. 

& Approx. NKr.10,000 

2C Unspecified 

* Unspecified 2 8 

ES University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Otflo 

(A 691) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt.. 

Oslo, Norway 

Generalkonsul Storm Scholarship 

II Unrestricted 

France, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

Jft Available to nationals of Norway who 
are matriculated at the University of 
Oslo. Award is to promote in Norway 
knowledge of French, British and U.S. 
cultural and intellectual life. 

& Unspecified 

21 Unspecified 

* Unspecified 2 8 

ES University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oalo 

(A 692) 
UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

E. Christie Scholarships 
tt Humanities, law 
Unrestricted 
JS. Available to nationals of Norway for 

advanced studies abroad; must be 

graduates. 
& NKr.1,200 
US. Unspecified 

* 2 2 3 

ES University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 695) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

T. Dahl Scholarship 
II Humanities 
Unrestricted 
JR Available to nationals of Norway { must 

be graduates. 
6 NKr.500 



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I Unspecified 

* 1 

Gi University of Oslo, Karl Johansgt., Oslo 

(A 694) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Professor Morgenstierne Scholarship for 

Professors 
m Humanities 

* Unrestricted 

A Available to Norwegian university 

professors. 

A Approx. NKr.5,500 
ff 1 year 

* I 

Gi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 695) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Norwegian Oxford Scholarship 

tt Humanities 

9 United Kingdom: Wadham College, 
Oxford 

M. Available to nationals of Norway who 
are students or graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Oslo; age limit 26. 

<S NKr.3,000 

E 2 or 3 terms 

* 1 

Bi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 696) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Professor and Mrs. Munch Scholarship 
tt Arts, literature 

* Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Norway; 
preference given to relatives of Pro- 
fessor Munch. 

NKr.800 

B Unspecified 

* 1 

Bi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt. Oslo 

(A 697) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

ProfessorMourley Void and Sisters Schol- 
arship 

tt Philosophy and psychology 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Norway* 
Award is to encourage scientific studies 
or research work in the subject fields. 

& NKr.1,000 

E Unspecified 

* 1 

Gi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 



(A 698) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Nygaard Scholarship 

tt Norucjjiun hinyuacjc and Scandina- 
vian lit <> rnlure 

Unrestricted 

JS. Available to nationals of Norway. 
Award is to encourage the study of 
Norwegian language and Scandinavian 
literature. 

& NKr.1,000 

I Unspecified 

ft 1 2 3 

13 University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 699) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Professor and Mrs. L. Dietrichson Schol- 
arship 

tt History of the fine arts, classical 
archaeology, prehistoric archaelogy 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Norway, 
preferably graduates. Award is primar- 
ily to enable recipient to have thesii 
published in one of the subject fields 
arid secondarily for scientific studies 
abroad or for research work. 

S NKr.2,000 

H Unspecified 

* 1 * 

IS University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 700) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Johan Jorgen Croch Scholarships 
M Sc in << line arts 
$ Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of Norway? 

one award is given to a graduate for 

advanced studies in science and one tfi 

an artist for further studies. 
& NKr.1,100 
IS. Unspecified 

* 2 2 3 

191 Umversity of Oslo, Karl Johansgt., Oslo 

(A 701) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Professor A. Sexe Scholarship 
tt Mat he-mat ics, science 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of Norway ; must 

be graduates. 
& NKr.4,000 
Unspecified 

* 1 

9 University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt. Oslo 



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(A 702) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Stillesens Scholarship 

tt 8cieiifs preferably chemistry 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Norway who 
are students or graduates of the Uni- 
versity of Oslo, to enable them to 
undertake advanced studies abroad; 
preference given to relatives of the 
Stillesen family. 

4 NKr.2,400 

X Unspecified 

A 1 

Hi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 703) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

H. Bjorum Scholarship 
tt f.eoloijv and inincralofjy 
$ Unrestricted 
Jft Available to nationals of Norway for 

scientific research work. 
4 NKr.4.200 
E Unspecified 

* 1 * 

B University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 704) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Ilanh and ITclga Reusch Scholarship 
U <.M)|OJ\, physical jjcoyraphy, art 

(painting) 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Norway: age 
limit 35; candidates for the study of 
geology or physical geography must be 
graduates or undergraduates. 

4 NKr.5,300 and 2,600 

I Unspecified 

* 2 

fli University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 705) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

(a) J. Aalls and Mrs. Aalls Scholarship 

(b) Dr. Gereon Mordt Scholarship 
01 Medicine 

* Unrestricted 

Jl Available to nationals of Norway t (a) 
is awarded particularly for the study 
of hygienics. 

6 (a) NKr.3.600; (b) NKr.500 

M Unspecified 

* (a) 1 8 ; (b) I 

University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 



(A 706) 
UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo, Norway 

Olaf Wright Scholarship 
flft \1cfaholisni (especially diabetes) and ' 

indigestion of the human being 
Unrestricted 
J&i Available to nationals of Norway for 

advanced studies in Norway and abroad; 

must be graduates in medicine. 
& NKr. 1,500 
SI Unspecified 
fc 1 every 2 years 
Bl University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 707) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 
Oslo, Norway 

Prince Gustav Memorial Scholarship 
It Music and singing 
Unrestricted 
A Available to nationals of Norway who 

are students at the University of Oslo. 
& NKr.210 
ffl Unspecified 
* 1 
Bi University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 70) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Karl Johans gt., 

Oslo. Norwnv 

University Scholarship for the Advanco- 
nient of Norwegian Male Voice Choirs 

tt Music and singing 

* Unrestricted 

Jl Available to nationals of Norway. 
Award is given as a prize for the best 
composition for male voice choirs during 
the past year, or as a scholarship to 
young: conductor for studies abroad. 

^ NKr.900 

B Unspecified 

* 1 

B University of Oslo, Karl Johans gt., Oslo 

(A 709) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO: Institute of 
Pharmacy, Blindern, Oslo, Norway 

Donor: Bang and Tegner & Co. 

Bang and Tegner <fc Co.'s Travelling 

Scholarship for Practising Pharmacists 
MB Practical pharmaceutics, including 

apparatus and fittings for pharmacies 
41 Unrestricted 
A Available to Norwegian practising 

pharmacists. 
<$ NKr.1,000 
IS. 1 year * 

* 128 

Qi Amannuensis A. Baerheim S vend sen, 

Universitetcts farmasoytiske institutt, 
Blindern, Oslo, by 1 July 



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NORWAY Continued 



(A 710) 

UNIVERSITY OF OSLO: Institute of 
Pharmacy, Blindern, Oslo, Norway 

Donors: (a) A/S Farmaceutisk Industri 

(b) Tollef Bredal A/S 

(a) A/S Farmaceutisk Industri Scholar- 
ship 

(b) Tollef Bredal A/S Scholarship 
tt Pharmaceutical studies 

Unrestricted 

M Available to (a) Norwegian pharma- 
cists, physicians and scientists and (b) 
Norwegian pharmacists. 

A (a) NKr.2,000; (b) NKr.1,000 

I 1 year 1 

( a )l';(b)l 

H Amannuensis A. Baerheim Svendsen, 
Universitetets farmasoytiske institutt, 
Blindern, Oslo, usually by 1 July 

(A 711) 

ROYAL NORWEGIAN COUNCIL FOR 
SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RE- 
SEARCH, Jernbanetorget 2, Oslo, Norway 

Donor: Norwegian Government 

Government Fellowships 
M Science and technical subjects 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Norwegian nationals; 
must be engineers or scientists who 
have obtained the skill and knowledge 
available in Norway and whose further 
study abroad will benefit Norwegian 
industry; recipient must return to 
work in Norway for period correspond- 
ing to the time he has spent abroad. 

6 Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc. 

M 1 year * 

15 to 20 a 3 

RB Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige 
Forskningsraad, Jernbanetorget 2, Oslo 

(A 712) 

THE ROYAL NORWEGIAN SCIEN- 
TIFIC ASSOCIATION, Museum, Trond- 
heim, Norway 

Donor: Karl Schoyen 

Karl Schoyen Scholarship 
fll Physics-instruction in schools and 

colleges 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Norwegian nationals; 
must have master's degree of a Norwe- 
gian university and must have expe- 
rience as teacher of physics. 

4 NKr.1,500 



B Depends on leave of absence obtained 

from school 
fc 1 every 3 years * 
m Det. Kgl. Norske Videnskaben Selskab, 

Museet, Trondheim 

(A 713) 

SANDEFJORD SCHOOL BOARD, Sande- 

fjord, Norway 

Donor: Mrs. Klavenes and Karsten Gron 
P. A. Grons and Thrine Grons Schol- 
arships 

U Unrestricted, but must be a subject 
related to candidate's school work 

<& Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Norwegian nationals; 
must have taught in Sandefjord Public 
School for at least 3 years ; recipient must 
return to the school and remain there 
in a teaching position for at least 2 years. 

4 Approx. NKr.1,500 

X Maximum 1 year * 

* 4 a 8 

131 Sandefjord School Board, Sandefjord, 
by 1 May 

(A 714) 
TRONDHEIM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, 

Trondheim, Norway 

Trondheim Culture Scholarships 

M Cultural subjects 

Unrestricted 

A Available to scientists, authors, actors, 
painters, sculptors, journalists, archi- 
tects, composers, musicians, etc. who 
live or work in the city of Trendheim. 

& NKr.1,000 

ffi Unspecified 

* 6 2 

Ei Trondheim Formannskap, Trondheim, 
by 1 October 

(A 715) 

TRONDHEIM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, 
Trondheim, Norway 

Trondheim Scholarships for Handicrafts 

and Industrial Studies 
O Advanced studies in handicrafts and 

industrial work 
Unrestricted 
4ft Available to citizens of the city of 

Trondheim; age limit 35. 
& Unspecified 
ffi Unspecified 

* Unspecified 3 

Ei Trondheim Formannskap, Trondheim 



158 



PAKISTAN 



(A 716) 

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN: Ministry 
of Commerce and Education (Education 
Division), Karachi 1, Pakistan 

Scholarships for Students from Other 
Countries 
tt Engineering, medicine, teachers' 

training , agriculture, dentistry 
$ Pakistan 

4 Available to candidates from Aden (1), 

British Somalilaiid (1), Burma (2), 

Ceylon (1), Indonesia (2), Iraq (5), 

Malaya (1), Mauritius (1), Saudi 

Arabia (1), Turkey (1); educational 

requirements depend on course of study 

being undertaken; should have fair 

knowledge of English. 

^ Rs.200 per month plus transportation 

I 1 to 5 years according to course of study 

ft 16 a 8 (see M. for allocation to each 

territory) 

Eg Candidates should apply through the 
Education Department in their own 
country but information may be had from 
the Ministry of Commerce and Edu- 
cation (Education Division), Karachi 1 

(A 717) 

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN: Minis- 
try of Commerce and Education (Education 
Division), Karachi 1, Pakistan 

Cultural Scholarships to Fiji Students 
tt Junior teachers' training 
Pakistan 
JSL Available to students from Fiji who 

have passed matriculation examination 

or its equivalent; must have knowledge 

of English. 

& Rs.100 per month plus transportation 
E 2 years 1 

* 123 

IB Ministry of Commerce and Education 
(Education Division), Karachi 1 

(A 718) 

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN: Minis- 
try of Commerce and Education (Education 
Division), Karachi 1, Pakistan 

Overseas Training Schemes Central- 
General 

tt Technical and scientific subjects relat- 
ing to aircraft, radio, meteorology, 
actuarial science, accountancy; civil, 
electrical and mechanical engineering; 
agriculture; journalism; economics and 
statistics; and other subjects connec- 
ted with Government's development 
schemes 

United Kingdom, U.S.A. 



Jft Available to nationals of Pakistan; 

age 19 to 40; generally required to have 
a good degree from a recognized uni- 
versity; on completion of studies reci- 
pient must serve the Government for 
at least 5 years in a gazetted or other 
suitable capacity. Awards are to provide 
technical and scientific personnel needed 
by the various Government Ministries 
in connexion with their development 
schemes. 

a 360 to 425 p.a. in U.K. or $160 to 
$180 per month in U.S.A., plus trans- 
portation, tuition fees, books, etc. and 
500 rupees equipment allowance 

Usually 2 years * 

* 18* 

IS Pakistan Public Service Commission, 
Hindu Gymkhana, Ingle Road, Karachi, 
by October 

(A 719) 

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN: I 
Ministry of Commerce and Education 
(Education Division), Karachi 1, Pakistan 

Central State Scholarship 
tt Advanced studies in subjects for which 
facilities are not available in Pakistan 
or subjects directly concerned with 
development of territory of candidate's 
domicile 

6 Primarily United Kingdom and some- 
times U.S.A. 

Jtt. Available to nationals of Pakistan 
domiciled in Baluchistan or Tribal 
Areas of North West Frontier Province; 
age limit 30; must hold high educational 
qualifications. 

6 335 or 300 p.a. at Oxford and 
Cambridge or 216 p.a. plus tuition fees 
elsewhere; plus transportation 
SI 3 years 

* 1 3 

ES Pakistan Public Service Commission, 
Hindu Gymkhana, Ingle Road, Karachi 

(A 720) 

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN: 
Ministry of Health and Works (Health 
Division), Karachi, Pakistan 

Government Scholarships for Higher 
Medical Training Abroad 
tt Medical and allied subjects 
United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
M. Available to nationals of Pakistani 
age over 25; must have degree in 
medicine (or science for medical statis- 
tician's course) and should preferably 
have some post-graduate research or 



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PAKISTAN Continued 



teaching experience; on completion 
of training abroad recipient must serve 
the Government for 5 years if required 
to do so. Awards are to train Pakistani 
nationals to fill responsible posts In 
medical teaching and research institu- 
tions mod to man the medical services 
of the country. 

S 400 or 460 p.a. plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, etc., outfit allowance 
and allowance for study tours 

SE Usually I to 2 years 1 

I 50 2 

HI Secretary, Ministry of Health and Works 
(Health Division), Government of Pa- 
iistan s Karachi, in March or April 

(A 72!) 

GOVERNMENT OF EAST BENGAL: 
Department of Education and Registra- 
tion, Ramna, Dacca, Pakistan 

Overseas Scholarship of Muslim Edu- 
cation Fund 
fif Subjects are announced from time to 

time 
9 United Kingdom, U.S.A. or other 

countries 

M Available to nationals of East Bengal 5 
age, for women, 30 to 35; must have 
good master's degree; recipients have 
to serve the Government for 5 years if 
required. Awards are intended to 
Increase the supply of highly trained 
experts. . 

J Rs.500 per month plus transportation 
jB 2 years l 
A 10 

II Director of Pui>!ic Instruction, Ramna, 
Dacca 

(A 722) 

NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE 

GOVERNMENT: Department of Public 

Instruction, Peshawar, Pakistan 
Scholarship for Study Ahroad 

H Unrestricted 

@ United Kingdom 

JL Available to male nationals of Pakistan 
who are resident in the North West 
Frontier Province and Frontier regions 
and states; age 19 to 25; must have 
B.A. or B.Sc. of a recosn'zed univer- 
ai*y and preference will be given to 
Pathan students who have received 
their education in the North West 
Frontier Province. 

$ 550 p.a. plus transportation 

M 3 years 

$ 1 every 2 years a 

H3 Director of Public Instruction, Peshawar 

(A 723) 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB: Education 
Department, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan 
Punjab Government Overseas Schol- 
arships 



10 Education, agriculture, engineer- 
inj, seienee, teehnolocjy 

Canada, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

Jl Available to male nationals of Pakis- 
tan: must have university degree in 
subject of study; on completion of 
scholarships recipients must serve the 
Government of Punjab for at least 
5 years. Awards are to meet the short- 
age felt in certain categories of trained 
personnel and to enable deserving 
candidates to get advanced training 
overseas. 

360 to 425 p.a. in U.K. or $360 jjes- 
motjtb in U.S.A. plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, etc. and 500 rupees 
equipment allowance 

SI Usually 2 years 

& 15 (8 available in 1953-54) 

EU Secretary, Government of Punjab, Edu- 
cation Department (O.T. Section), 
Lahore 

(A 724} 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB: Depart- 
ment of Health Services, Civil Secretariat, 
Lahore, Pakistan 

Scholarships for Higher Medical Train- 
ing Ahroad 

g@ Post-graduate medicine 
< United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
jg, Available to nationals of Pakistan} 
age over 25; must have degree in medicine 
with some experience in teaching and 
research or practical work; on comple- 
tion of scholarships recipients must serve 
the Government of Punjab for at least 
5 years. 

& 400 to 460 p.a. or study leave terms 
(i.e. half average pay plus compensatory 
allowance of 12/-per day in U.K. of 
30/- per day in U.S.A.), plus transport- 
ation, tuition fees, books, etc. 
IS 1 to 2 years * 
& Approx. 6 or 7 2 3 

jgg Director of Health Services, Govern- 
ment of Punjab, Civil Secretariat, 
Lahore 

(A 725) 

GOVERNMENT OF SIND, Karachi, Pa- 

kistan 

Technical Training Abroad 

& Subjects to be decided by the Govern- 
ment 

United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

SL Available to male nationals of Pa- 
kistsm ; age 22 to 30; must be graduates} 
on return recipient has to serve th 
Government for at least 5 years. 

360 p.a. in U.K. or $160 per month 
in U.S.A., plus transportation, tuition 
fees, books, etc. 

JB. Approx. 2 years 

* 12 for study in U.K. and 2 for studv m 
tJ.S.A, 



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PAKISTAN Continued 



Secretary to the Government of Sind t 
Department of Education, Health and 
Local Self- Government, 14 Napier 
Barracks, Karachi 

(A 726) 

PAKISTAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, Punjab 
University Institute of Chemistry, The Mall, 
Lahore, Pakistan 

H.R.H. Aga Khan Overseas Scholar- 
ships 
H Agriculture, mining and miiiera- 

logy, geology, hydro-electricity 
& Australia, France, United Kingdom 
J| Available to nationals of Pakistan; 
must have M.Sc. degree in subject of 
study 

& 500 p. a. plus transportation 
O Usually 2 academic years l 

* 4 * 3 . 

Hi Pakistan Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, Punjab University 
Institute of Chemistry, The Mall, 
Lahore 



(A 727) 

UNIVERSITY OF PESHAWAR, Pesha- 
war, Pakistan 

Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 
United Kingdom 
M Available to students and graduates of 

the University of Peshawar. 
6 Unspecified 
O Unspecified 
* 4 

Vice- Chancellor, University of Pesha- 
war, Peshawar 

(A 728) 

UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB, Lahore, 
Punjab, Pakistan 

Studentships for Muslim Students 
Ml Science; arts; oriental learning 
$ Pakistan: University of the Punjab 
Jft Available to candidates from Muslim 

countries. 

<$ 100 rupees per month for undergraduate 
students or 200 for post-graduate stu- 
dents 
D 3 years 
A 3: 1 in each subject a 3 

University of the Punjab, Lahore, 
Punjab 



PERU 



(A 729) 

INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM COM- 
PANY LTD., Edificio "Ferrand", Lima, 
Peru 

Fellowship 

tt Engineering studies relating to petrol- 
eum industry 

U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of Pern ; age 
23 to 30; must be engineers specializing 
in some branch of the petroleum 
industry. 

4 $3,570 

K 1 academic year 

* 1 

International Petroleum Company Ltd., 
Edificio "Ferrand" Oficina 64, Lima, 
by first week in March 



(A 730) 

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SAN 
MARCOS, Lima, Peru 

Donors: (a) Banco de Credito del Peru 

(b) Nicolini Hnos 

(a) Gino Salocchi Fellowships 

(b) Luis Nicolini Fellowship 
M (a) Medicine, art 

(b) Economic studies 
6 Italy 
M. Available to post-graduate students of 

the National University of San Marcos. 
6 Unspecified 
B Unspecified 
A (a) 2:1 in each subject of study 

(b) 1 
Consejo Universitario, Universidad 

Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima 



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161 



PHILIPPINES 



(A 731) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINES: 
Bureau of Civil Service, Manila, Philippines 

Government Pensionadoships 
tt Criminal investigation, laboratory tech- 
nique and procedure; English for 
normal schools; export promotion; 
immigration practice and procedure; 
metal processing and tool engineering; 
petroleum geology; safety engineering 
(including inspection); sanitary engineer- 
ing; telegraph and telephone engineer- 
ing; elementary education 

U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of the Phi- 
lippines for specializing in studies 
that cannot be pursued to advantage 
in the Philippines; must be graduates 
of the University of the Philippines 
or other college or university recognized 
by the Government; must have majored 
in the subject of the scholarship applied 
for, or its equivalent; must have had 
at least 2 years' experience in particular 
subject; those planning to specialize 
in medicine or law must have been duly 
admitted to the practice of their 
subject; recipient must serve the Phi- 
lippines Government for a period of 
2 years for each year spent abroad and 
must refund 25 per cent of total amount 
of the award. 

it U.S.S150 per month (Government em- 
ployees whose salaries are more than 
the amount of the pensionadoship 
shall receive the difference) plus trans- 
portation, tuition fees, allowances for 
clothing, books, medical care, travel 
within U.S.A., etc. 

tt 1 academic year l 

* 10 2 8 (1 in each field of study) 

D) Bureau of Civil Service, Manila, in 
March 

(A 732) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINES: 
Bureau of Civil Service, Manila, Philippines 

Donor: Mr. Bolivar L. Falcover 

Falcover Scholarship 
tt Nursing, with emphasis on children's 

diseases 

U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of the Phi- 
lippines ; on completion of scholarship 
recipients must return and serve the 
Philippines Government for at least 
2 years if required. 

A Unspecified 

1 year 

* 1 

Bureau of Civil Service, Manila 



(A 733) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINES: 

Bureau of Civil Service, Manila, Philippines 
Donor: Standard Vacuum Oil Company 
of Manila 
Scholarship 

tt Mechanized farming 

U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of the Phi- 
lippines ; on completion of scholarship 
recipients must return and serve the 
Philippines Government for at least 
2 years if required. 

A P$5,000 

TS. 1 year 

* 1 

Hi Bureau of Civil Service, Manila 

(A 734) 

PHILIPPINE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF 

COMMERCE, Suite 408, Regina Building, 

Escolta, Manila, Philippines 
Jaycees Scholarships 

tt General conditions in the Philippines 

$ Philippines 

Jft Available to male nationals of South- 
East Asian countries; age 25 to 40; 
should preferably be young professional 
men such as youth leaders, teachers or 
civic leaders. 

$ Maintenance 

U 1 month 

* 523 

BJ Through Unesco National Commission 

or Unesco Committee in candidate's 
own country to Unesco Committee, 
Philippine Jaycees, 408 Regina Build- 
ing, Escolta, Manila 

(A 735) 

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, 
Padre Faura, Manila, Philippines 

Donor: Government of the Philippines 

University Fellowships; 

Partial Fellowships; 

Special Detail 
tt Determined according to the needs of 

the University 

* Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
University 

M, University Fellowships. Available to 
nationals of the Philippines ; must be 
members of the teaching staff of the 
University of the Philippines and must 
have at least a bachelor's degree; 
when award is made for advanced study 
in medicine, candidate must have taken, 
as part of formal course of study, 
internship in a hospital or similar 
establishment; when award is made for 
advanced study in law, candidate must 
have 2 or 3 years' practice of law; 



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PHILIPPINES Continued 



on return to Philippines, recipient is 
required to serve the University for 
2 years for every year spent abroad. 
Partial Fellowships represent supple- 
mentary aid given to members of the 
faculty who have been granted a 
scholarship by an outside institution 
which does not cover all the needs of 
the recipient. A Partial Fellowship 
amounts to a regular University Fellow- 
ship minus the amount of the foreign 
scholarship. Special Detail. These 
scholarships are granted to members of 
the faculty who are past middle age 
and who have never had the advantage 
of a period of study abroad and whose 
services are highly meritorious. 
Minimum U.S.$3,000 
1 academic year 



Approx. 10 

University of the Philippines, Manila 



SANTO 



(A 736) 
TOMAS, 



UNIVERSITY OF 

Manila, Philippines 

University of Santo Tomas Internatio- 
nal Study Award 

tit Medicine, engineering, philosophy, 
law, liberal arts, architecture 

$ Philippines: University of Santo Tomas 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must at least have completed secondary 
school education and should be of high 
scholastic ability. 

ft Tuition fees 

D According to study needs 

* Nil (6 available in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 

ESS Secretary General, University of Santo 
Tomas, Manila, by 31 March 



PORTUGAL 



(A 737) 

INSTITUTO DE ALTA CULTURA, 

Prac.a do Principe Real 14, Lisbon, Portugal 
Scholarships 

n Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

J2. Available to Portuguese nationals 
who hold higher or technical diplomas 
or who arc artists or writers of merit; 
on completion of scholarship recipient 
may have to serve the state for 5 years. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance and 
tuition fees 

Z 1 academic year l 

* 20 to 25 2 

E3 Institute de Alta Cultura, Lisbon 

(A 738) 

INSTITUTO DE ALTA CULTURA, 

Praca do Principe Real 14, Lisbon, Portugal 
Exchange Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Portugal 

M. Available, on an exchange basis, to 
nationals of various countries, parti- 
cularly France, Italy, Spain and the 
United Kingdom. 

<$ Unspecified 

B Unspecified 

fc Unspecified 2 8 

ES Instituto de Alta Cultura, Lisbon 



(A 739) 
INSTITUTO DE ALTA CULTURA, 

Prac.a do Principe Real 14, Lisbon, Portugal 
Grants for Vacation Courses 

tt Unrestricted 

< Portugal 

A Generally available to students studying 
Portuguese language and culture at a 
university where there is a lectureship 
maintained by the Instituto de Alta 
Cultura. 

<5 Unspecified 

21 Unspecified 

ft Approx. 15 2 * 

E8 Inslituto de Alta Cultura, Lisbon 

(A 740) 

INSTITUTO DK ALTA CULTURA, 

Praca do Principe Real 14, Lisbon, Portugal 
Scholarships 

it Portuguese culture 

Portugal 

A Available to specialists from abroad 
who have published some work dealing 
with Portuguese literature or history. 

A Unspecified 

IS. Unspecified 

ft Approx. 5 * 8 

EJ9 Instituto de Alta Cultura, Lisbon 



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PUERTO RICO 



(A 741) 

GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO: 
Department of Education, San Juan, 
Puerto Rico 

Scholarships 
II Studies that cannot be pursued in 

Puerto Rico 

Europe, Latin America, U.S.A. 

JL Available to nationals of Puerto Rico ; 
age 15 to 35; must have more than 
average scholastic ability and be in 
need of financial aid; recipient is re- 
quired to serve the Government for the 
same number of years as he holds a 
scholarship. 

<S Average $1,000 

1 academic year l 

118 28 

Secretary of Scholarships, Office of the 
Commissioner, Department of Educa- 
tion, San Juan, Puerto Rico, by 30 April 

(A 742) 

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio 

Piedras, Puerto Rico 
Graduate Scholarships 

Ml Specialized subjects relating to uni- 
versity teaching and public services 

Unrestricted 

41 AvaiJable to nationals of Puerto Rico ; 
should have bachelor's degree and high 
scholastic ability; recipients are required 
to work for the University or other 
public agencies, unless relieved from 
such duty by special permission. 

& Average SI, 500 

SI 1 year l 

45 a * 

Dean of Students, University of Puerto 
Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

(A 743) 

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio 
Piedras, Puerto Rico 

Scholarships to Students of the Carib- 
bean Region 
tt Industrial arts 

Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico 
Jl Available to male students of the 



* 

HI 



Caribbean region, not including Puerto 
Rico; age over 16; must have a high 
school diploma or its equivalent; awards 
arePto enable recipients to pursue 
vocational studies in the School of 
Industrial Arts of the University. 
10 awards for $300 p.a. plus tuition; 
20 awards providing tuition 
1 year 1 
30 2 8 

Department of Education, San Juan, 
Puerto Rico 



(A 744) 
UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio 

Piedras, Puerto Rico 
Exchange Fellowship 

tt Unrestricted 

Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico 

M. Available to students of the Uni- 
versity of Chile in exchange for similar 
award given by that University to 
students of the University of Puerto Rico. 

A $180 to $280 plus tuition fees 

O 1 academic year 

* 1 23 

B University of Chile, Santiago 

(A 745) 

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, Rio 

Piedras, Puerto Rico 
Scholarships 

tt Medicine, odontology, veterinary 
science 

Europe, Puerto Rico, U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Puerto Rico ; 
must have high scholastic ability and 
have the required pre-professional train- 
ing for the chosen field, [preferably hav - 
ing a bachelor's degree; recipients are 
required to work for the University 
or other public agencies, unless relieved 
from such duty by special permission. 

& $1,500 

Average 4 academic years * 

* ISO 23 

H Dean of Students, University of Puerto 
Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, by 
30 April 



SAAR 



(A 746) 

GOVERNMENT OF SAAR: Ministry of 
Cultural Affairs and Public Instruction, 
Schillerstrasse 11, Saarbrucken, Saar 

Reciprocal Scholarships 
II Unrestricted 



Saar: University of Saar 

Available to students from all countries 

provided that similar facilities are 

offered by the country concerned to a 

student from Saar. 

20,000 Fr. frs. 



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SAAR Continued 



M Unspecified 
A Unspecified 2 8 
Ministere des Cultes, de FEnseignement 

et de Flnstruction Publique, Schiller- 

strasse 11, Saarbriicken 

(A 747) 

GOVERNMENT OF SAAR: Ministry of 
Cultural Affairs and Public Instruction, 
Schillerstrasse 11, Saarbriicken, Saar 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 



Saar and other countries 
Available to nationals of Saar; must 
be matriculated students of a University 
or college. 

6,000 to 12,000 Fr.frs. 
8 months or more according to study 
needs 
400 2S 

Ministere des Cultes, de FEnseignement 
et de Tlnstruction Publique, 11 Schiller- 
strasse, Saarbriicken 



SOUTHERN RHODESIA 



(A 748) 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 

Southern Rhodesia Government Univer- 
sity Bursaries 

tt Unrestricted, provided it is a univer- 
sity degree course 

9 British Commonwealth and Empire 
M. Available to Southern Rhodesia Euro- 
pean nationals; age 17 to 19; must be 
educated to matriculation standard. 
& 60 to 200 plus transportation 

5 3 academic years 

* 6 " 

BB Secretary to the Beit and Government 
University Bursaries Advisory Board, 
P.O. Box 24, Causeway, Salisbury 

(A 749) 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 

Southern Rhodesia Government Continu- 
ation Bursaries 
tt Unrestricted 

British Commonwealth and Empire 
A Available to Southern Iliiodesiu Eu- 
ropean nationals; must have success- 
fully completed 3 years' degree study. 

6 40 to 100 

I 1 academic year J 

* Approx. 6 2 s 

Bi Secretary to the Beit and Government 
University Bursaries Advisory Board, 
P.O. Box 24, Causeway, Salisbury, by 
October of year preceding aivard 

(A 750) 

SOUTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT: Department of Education, P.O. 
Box 24, Causeway, Salisbury, Southern 
Rhodesia 

Donor: The late Sir Francis Newton, 

K.C.M.G., C.V.O. 



Oliver Newton Scholarship 

tt Preferably classics 

South Africa or United Kingdom 

M. Available to male British subjects 
resident in Southern liliodesia ; age 
19 to 23; award is intended for fourth 
or fifth year university student taking 
classics or, failing classics, other arts 
or science subjects. 

& 50 

D 1 academic year 

A Unspecified 

BI Secretary for Education, P.O. Box 24, 
Causeway, Salisbury, by 30 November of 
year preceding award 

(A 751) 

BEIT TRUSTEES, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo, 
Southern Rhodesia 

Beit Trust Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 

South Africa and overseas 

M Available to Northern and Southern 
Rhodesia European nationals; must 
be university graduates. 

<S 425 p. a. overseas or 250 p,a. in 
South Africa 

E 2 years 

2 2 

Bi The Secretary, Beit Railway Trust 
Fellowships for the Two Rhodesia*, 
P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo 

(A 752) 

BEIT TRUSTEES, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo, 
Southern Rhodesia 

(a) Beit Junior Engineering Scholarships 

(b) Beit Senior Engineering Scholarship 
tt Engineering 

(a) South Africa: Universities of Cape 
Town or Witwaterstrand 

(b) Unrestricted 
M. Available to male Northern and 



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Southern Rhodesia European na- 
tionals; for (a) must be aged over 18, 
have attended Northern Rhodesia, 
Southern Rhodesia or South Africa 
school for 3 years preceding award and 
parents must have resided in Rhodesia 
for these 3 years; (b) is available to 
former holders of (a) who have obtained 
a degree. 

A 200 p.a. 

B (a) 4 years; (b) 2 years 

* (a) 2 ; (b) 1 8 

The Secretary, Advisory Committee, 
Beit Railway Trust Engineering Schol- 
arships, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo 

(A 753) 

BEIT TRUSTEES, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo, 
Southern Rhodesia 

Beit University Bursaries 
M Unrestricted 

South Africa 

M. Available to Northern and Southern 
Rhodesia European nationals; age 
over 18; must have attended Northern 
or Southern Rhodesia schools during 
last 3 years of secondary education, or 
5 years if parents are not resident in 
Rhodesia. Awards are to enable reci- 
pients to obtain a university degree. 

4 3 at 120 p.a.; 3 at 96 p.a.; 2 at 72 p.a. 

M 3 years 

* 8 a 

B The Secretary, Beit Railway Trust 
Bursaries, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo 

(A 754) 

BEIT TRUSTEES, P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo, 
Southern Rhodesia 

Beit Training Grant 
tt Music, art, nursing, agriculture, 

horticulture, accountancy, archi- 



tecture, domestic science, physical 
culture 

South Africa 

M Available to Northern and Southern 
Rhodesia European nationals; age over 
18; must have attended Rhodesia or 
South Africa schools. Awards are given 
to enable recipient to pursue diploma 
or advanced course but not for a degree 
course. 

4 60 p.a. 

B According to study needs 

^ 8 or more a 8 

The Secretary, Beit Railway Trustees, 
P.O. Box 67, Bulawayo 

(A 755) 

CHARELICK SALOMON SCHOLAR- 
SHIP FUND, P.O. Box 24, Causeway, 
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 
Donor: Charelick Salomon 
Cbarelick Salomon Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

$ South Africa or United Kingdom 
Jft Available to male European nationals 
of Northern and Southern Rhodesia 
whose parents bave resided in Northern 
or Southern Rhodesia for at least 
12 months during 2 years preceding 
application; must have completed 
3 years' satisfactory study at university 
award is given to fourth, fifth and 
sixth year university students. 
& 100 p.a. 
B 1 to 3 academic years 

3 

Bi Northern Rhodesia : Chief Secretary, 
Secretariat, Lusaka; Southern Rhodesia: 
Secretary to the Board of Management, 
Charelick Salomon Scholarship Fund, 
P.O. Box 24, Causeway, Salisbury, by 
31 October 



SPAIN 



(A 756) 

CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGA- 
CIONES CIENTIFICAS (Higher Research 
Council), Serrano 117, Madrid, Spain 

Research Scholarships 

tt Research in history, literature, philo- 
lfly law, philosophy, general medi- 
cine, gynaecology, surgery, psy- 
chiatry, ethnology, chemistry, petro- 
graphy, stratigraphy 
$ Spain 

M. Available to nationals of Belgium, 
Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, 
Portugal, Switzerland, United 
Kingdom; must be research workers 



of proven ability; awards are given in 
exchange for awards offered to Spanish 
research workers by the beneficiary 
countries. 
Varies in each case 
Varies in each case 

Unspecified; number awarded depends 
on the duration of each award * a 
Belgium: Universite de Louvain, Lou- 
vain; Germany: Deutscher Akademi- 
scher Austauschdienst, Nassestrasse 11 a, 
Bonn; Mexico: Instituto Hispano- 
Mejicano de Investigaciones Cientificae, 
Mexico, D.F.; Netherlands: University 
of Utrecht, Utrecht; Portugal: Instituto 



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SPAIN ConfmuW 



de Alta Cultura, Lisbon; Switzerland: 
cole Polytechnique Federate, Zurich, 
or University of Zurich; United King- 
dom: British Council, 65 Da vies Street, 
London W.I 

(A 757) 

INSTITUTE OF HISPANIC CULTURE, 
Avenida de Los Reyes Catolicos, Ciudad 
Universitaria, Madrid, Spain 

Scholarships 
tt Post-graduate studies 

Spain 

M Available to nationals of (a) Latin 
American countries and the Phi- 
lippines and (b) U.S.A.; must be 
graduates. 

A 1,500 pesetas per month plus installa- 
tion allowance of 1,500 pesetas, tuition 
fees and, in certain cases, books 

X 1 academic year l 

* (a) 130 2S ; (b) 8 28 

Hi Spanish diplomatic representative or 
Institute of Hispanic Culture in candi- 
date's own country, by July 

(A 758) 

INSTITUTE OF HISPANIC CULTURE, 
Avenida de Los Reyes Catolicos, Ciudad 
Universitaria, Madrid, Spain 
Study Grants 



m Unrestricted 

Spain 

M. Available to nationals of most coun- 
tries; must be graduates. 

& Varies in each case 

I Varies in each case 

A 200 * 

Hi Spanish diplomatic representative or 
Institute of Hispanic Culture in candi- 
date's own country 

(A 759) 

SANTIAGO COLLEGE, Donoso Cortes 63, 

Madrid, Spain 

Donors: Catholic Organizations in Spain 
Scholarships for Displaced Persons 

tt Unrestricted 

fS* Spain: Santiago College 

A Available to Displaced Persons ; must 
be students who show promise of 
ability for higher studies and who cannot 
themselves afford to pay for such study; 
preference given to members of the 
Catholic Church. 

& Covers maintenance, tuition, allowance 
for books and pocket money 

Varies in each case 

* 170 

Bi Senorita Torroja, Colegio Mayor San- 
tiago, Donoso Cortes 63, Madrid 



SWEDEN 



(A 760) 

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT, Stockholm, 

Sweden 

Scholarships for Studies Abroad 

M Aviation and naval medicine 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals quali- 
fied in medicine. 

A Total amount for awards is 20,000 Sw.kr. 

K Unspecified 

A Unspecified 

Hi Flyg- och Navalmedicinska Namnden, 
Gymnastiska Centralinstitutet, Stock- 
holm 

(A 761) 

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT : Foreign 
Office, Gustaf Adolfs torg, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Anna Bogeman-Stackelberg 
Bogeman-Stackelberg Scholarships 
tt Studies pertaining to a career in the 
Diplomatic Service 



<B Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish students who 
intend to become diplomats; preference 
given to persons having completed 
several years* higher studies or having 
a university degree. 

& 1,000 to 5,000 Sw.kr. 

M Unspecified 

* 10 8 

Utrikesdepartementet, Gustaf Adolfs 
torg, Stockholm 

(A 762) 

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT: Royal Post 
Office Department, Stockholm, Sweden 

Scholarships for Studies Abroad 
tt Modern languages and subjects of 

use in post office work 
Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals em- 
ployed by the Post Office Department. 
6 Salary plus travel grant (Approx. 
total of 20,000 Sw.kr. is given for grants) 



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I Several months 
A Varies 

Kgl. Generalpoststyrelsen, Stockholm 

(A 763) 

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Scholarships 

Judicial systems or institutions 
Sweden or other countries 

M Available to Swedish judges. 
4 Unspecified 
Unspecified 

Unspecified 28 

Department of Justice, Mynttorget 2, 
Stockholm 

(A 764) 

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Scholarships for Study Abroad 
H Law court procedure 

Unrestricted 

JL Available to Swedish public prosecutors 
who wish to study procedure in law 
courts in other countries. 

4 Unspecified 

H Unspecified 

jt Unspecified 8 s 

Justitiekanslersambetet, Riddarhuska- 
jen 5, Stockholm 

(A 765) 

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE FOR CUL- 
TURAL RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES, 34 Kungsgatan, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Exchange Scholarships 

II Unrestricted 

Sweden 

M Available, on a reciprocal exchange 
basis, to nationals of Denmark, Fin- 
land, Iceland, Norway; age 20 to 
40; must be able to pursue advanced 
studies in their subject. Awards are 
intended to give foreign students an 
opportunity to learn to know Sweden, 
its population, language, habits and 
outlook. 

4 3,000 Sw.kr. plus travel allowance 

5 8 months 

A 728-2 each to Denmark, Finland, 
Norway; 1 to Iceland 

Swedish legation in candidate's own 
country 

(A 766) 

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE FOR CUL- 
TURAL RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES, 34 Kungsgatan, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 



Sweden 

M Available to nationals of Belgium, 
Canada, France, Italy, Netherlands, 
Switzerland, United Kingdom; age 

generally 20 to 40; must have knowledge 
of English, French or German; must be 
able to pursue advanced studies in their 
subject. Awards are intended to give 
foreign students an opportunity to 
learn to know Sweden, its population, 
language, habits and outlook. 
& 3,000 Sw.kr. plus travel allowance 

I 8 months 

A 17 : 5 to France, 4 to U.K., 4 to 
Italy, 1 to each of other countries 

B Swedish institute or legation in candi- 
date's own country 

(A 767) 

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE FOR CUL- 
TURAL RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES, 34 Kungsgatan, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 
Scholarships for Study at People's Col- 
leges 

II Studies at Swedish people's colleges 
9 Sweden 

4 Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom; must have working know- 
ledge of Swedish. Awards are intended 
to give foreign students an opportunity 
to learn to know Sweden, its population, 
language, habits and outlook. 

6 1,300 Sw.kr. 

B Minimum 21 weeks 

A 2 * 

Swedish institute in candidate's own 
country 

(A 768) 

THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE FOR CUL- 
TURAL RELATIONS (WITH FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES, 34 Kungsgatan, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 
Swedish Government Scholarships 
II Social sciences 

Sweden 

Jft Available to French nationals, 
specialists in social questions wishing 
to study social insurance programmes, 
trade union movements, workers edu- 
cation, etc., in Sweden. 

& 1,600 Sw.kr. plus travel allowance of 
355 Sw.kr. 

4 months 

2 8 

Institut Suedois, 125 av. des Champs- 
Elysees, Paris-16 e 

(A 769) 

ACADEMIC UNION, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Consul Wilhelm Westrap 
Juel-Westrup Travel Scholarships 



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SWEDEN 



M Unrestricted 

Denmark, Norway, Sweden 

M, Available to matriculated students at 
the universities of Lund, Copenhagen 
and Oslo to enable them to study at 
another Scandinavian university. 

A 600 Sw.kr. 

E 2 months 

* 2 

Akademiska Foreningen, Lund, by 
1 May 

(A 770) 
ACADEMIC UNION, Lund, Sweden 

Donors: The Associations of Students at 
Lund and Copenhagen 
Oehlenschlagen-Tegner Travel Scholar- 
ships 
m Unrestricted 

Denmark, Sweden 

Jt, Available to matriculated students at 
the universities of Lund and Copen- 
hagen to enable them to study at a 
university in Denmark and Sweden 
respectively. 

4 600 Sw.kr. 

B 2 months 

2 8 

Akademiska Foreningen, Lund, bv 
1 May 

(A 771) 

ACADEMIC UNION, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Students in Copenhagen 
Danish Memorial Fund of Torgny 
Segerstedt 
m Unrestricted 

Denmark: Copenhagen 

M. Available to matriculated students at 
the University of Lund who have taken 
an active part in student affairs. 

4$ Unspecified 

IS 6 months 

1 (award is not given at regular inter- 
vals) 

Akademiska Foreningen, Lund, by 
1 May 

(A 772) 

"AFTONBLADET", Vattugatan 12, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Awards 
Ml Foreign languages, especially French 

Unrestricted, but preferably French- 
speaking countries 

M. Available to nationals of Sweden who 
are employed by "Aftonbladet"; must 
have a good knowledge of the foreign 
language to be studied. Awards are made 
in order to have staff editors of "Afton- 
bladet" improve their knowledge of 
foreign languages to facilitate their 
work as newspapermen. 



rf 750 Sw.kr. 
1 Unspecified 

* 2* 

"Aftonbladet", Vattugatan 12, Stock- 
holm. 

(A 773) 

ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATE NUR- 
SES IN THE NORTHERN COUNTRIES 
OF EUROPE, Ostermalmsgatan 33, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Scandinavian Scholarship 
M Public health and nursing services 
9 Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, 

Sweden 

M Available to graduate nurses in Den- 
mark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and 
Sweden, to enable them to study in a 
country other than their own. 
D.kr.500. Maintenance is provided at 
hospitals or schools for a small amount 
X Unspecified 

* 5: 1 to each country 

Hi National nurses' association in candi- 
date's own country 

(A 774) 

MAGNUS BERGVALL FOUNDATION, 
Kungstradgardsgatan 8, Stockholm, Sweden 

Magnus Bergvall Foundation Awards 
tt Scientific research 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Swedish nationals who 

are qualified to undertake scientific 

research abroad. 
A Unspecified 
SI Unspecified 

* Unspecified 23 

Bi Magnus Bergvalls Stiftelse, Kungs- 
tradgardsgatan 8, Stockholm, by 15 
September 

(A 775) 

FOLKE BERNADOTTE MEMORIAL 
FUND, c/o Svenska Roda Korset, Artilleri- 
gatan 6, Stockholm 6, Sweden 

Folke Bernadotte Memorial Fund 
M Cultural, idealistic and social condi- 
tions in other countries 

* Unrestricted 

Jfc Available to Swedish nationals ; awards 
are given to enable young people to 
study in and get acquainted with 
cultural, idealistic and social conditions 
in other countries and to support 
individuals and organizations in their 
work towards international under- 
standing. 

<$ 100 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

* 75 to 80 s 

Hi Folke Bernadottes Minnesfond, c/o 



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SWEDEN Continued 



Svenska Roda Korset, Artillerigatan 6, 
Stockholm 6 

(A 776) 

ALBERT BONNIERS FORLAG, Svea- 
vagen 54-58, Stockholm, Sweden 

Travel Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Awarded to promising Swedish authors 
to enable them to come in contact with 
different people, new conditions and 
new surroundings, as the publishing 
house of Albert Bonnier has found this 
to be of great value both artistically 
and intellectually. 

& Total of 6,000 Sw.kr. is given for the 
awards 

1 Unspecified 1 

* 2 2 

Hi Albert Bonniers Forlag, Sveaviigen 
54-58, Stockholm, by 1 February 

(A 777) 

CENTRAL UNION OF EMPLOYEES, 
Munkbron 17, Stockholm, Sweden 

Swedish Foremen's Association Travel 

Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

JB, Available to Swedish nationals; award 
is given to organizers and foremen 
among workers, to enable them to 
study abroad. 

<5 5,000 to 6,000 Sw.kr. 

Unspecified 

* 1 

Sveriges Arbetsledarforbund, Cardell- 
gatan 1, Stockholm 

(A 778) 

CHALMERS INSTITUTE OF TECHNO- 
LOGY, Storgatan 43, Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: C. A. Adelskold 

C. A. Adelskold Scholarship 
tt Mainly electrical engineering 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
have taken a degree at the Institute of 
Technology; age limit 30; must have 
knowledge of 2 of the following lan- 
guages: English, French, German, 
Esperanto. 

A 1,300 Sw.kr. 

1 Unspecified * 

1 

Chalmers Tekniska Hogskola, Storga- 
tan 43, Gothenburg 

(A 779) 

CHALMERS INSTITUTE OF TECHNO- 
LOGY, Storgatan 43, Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: A. H. Lindfors 

A. H. Lindfors Travel Scholarship 
m Shipbuilding 

Unrestricted 



M Available to .Swedish nationals who 
have taken a degree in the Shipbuilding 
Department of the Institute of Techno- 
logy; for study of work-organizing, age 
limit 30; no age limit for other branches 
of shipbuilding. 

<5 1,400 Sw.kr. 

K Unspecified * 

i ! 

Chalmers Tekniska Hogskola, Stor- 
gatan 43, Gothenburg 

(A 780) 

CHALMERS INSTITUTE OF TECHNO- 
LOGY, Storgatan 43, Gothenburg, Sweden 
Donors: (a) Goteborgs Inteckninga 
Garanti AB; (b) Ernst M. Friman 
(a) Goteborgs Intecknings Garanti AB 
Travel Scholarship; (b) Ernst M. Fri- 
man Scholarship 
tt Architecture 
Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals who 
have taken a degree in the Architecture 
Department of the Institute of Techno- 
logy. 

& (a) 1,800 Sw.kr.; (b) 800 Sw.kr. 
E Unspecified 1 

* (a) 1 every 2 years (b) 1 every 2 years 
9 Chalmers Tekniska Hogskola, Storgatan 

43, Gothenburg 

(A 781) 

CONSERVATIVE PARTY, Karduansma- 

kargatan 9, Stockholm, Sweden 
Conservative Party Scholarship 

tt Studies concerned with the constitu- 
tion of a country other than Sweden 

Unrestricted 

JSL Available to Swedish nationals, prefer- 
ably with some higher education. 

6 1,000 Sw.kr. 

1C Minimum 2 weeks l 

* 1 *' 

H Hogerns Riksorganisation, Karduans- 
makargatan 9, Stockholm 

(A 782) 

CONSERVATIVE PARTY, Karduansma- 

kargatan 9, Stockholm, Sweden 
Folke Kyling's Scholarship 

tt Political conditions and organiza- 
tion in Scandinavian countries 

Scandinavian countries 

M. Available to Swedish nationals, prefer- 
ably with some higher education. 

<$ 300 Sw.kr. 

K Unspecified 

* 1 2 8 

IB Hogerns Riksorganisation, Karduans- 
makargatan 9, Stockholm 

(A 783) 

CO-OPERATIVE UNION, Stadsgarden 6, 
Stockholm 15, Sweden 

Scandinavian Co-operative Scholarships 



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SWEDEN Continued 



tt Studies at people's colleges 

* Sweden 

M. Available to nationals of Denmark, 
Finland, Iceland, Norway to enable 
them to take part in a winter course at 
a Swedish people's college. 

& 950 Sw.kr. 

X Several months 

* 5 a (2 to Finland and 1 to each of 
other countries) 

B) Kooperativa Forbundet, Stadsgarden 6, 
Stockholm 15 

(A 784) 

CO-OPERATIVE UNION, Stadsgarden 6, 

Stockholm 15, Sweden 

Scholarships to International Co-opera- 
tive Summer Schools 

tt Co-operative studies 

<& Anywhere where there is an inter- 
national co-operative summer school 

3. Available to Swedish nationals; awards 
are given mainly to employees within 
the Co-operative Union but also lo 
persons active within organizations 
connected with the Union. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition 

X Varies according to length of summer 
school course 

* Unspecified 2 8 

Hi Kooperativa Forbundet, Stadsgarden 6, 
Stockholm 15 

(A 785) 

CO-OPERATIVE UNION, Stadsgarden 6, 

Stockholm 15, Sweden 
Rochdale Scholarships 

M Co-operative and economic studies 

United Kingdom 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are active within the co-operative 
associations. The scholarships were 
created in 1944- on the centenary of the 
first co-operative association in Roch- 
dale and they are to be distributed 
during a period of 10 years. 

& Usually 1,000 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

* Unspecified * 8 

B Kooperativa Forbundet, Stadsgarden 6, 
Stockholm 15 

(A 786) 

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION, Gothen- 
burg, Sweden 

Travel Scholarships 
tt Science, pedagogy 
Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Swedish nationals who are 
prominent in their field; must have 
graduated from higher secondary school 



in Gothenburg or Bohus county or be 
a teacher at one of these schools. 

& Unspecified; total amount available is 
approx. 2,500 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

* 2 28 

Lansstyrelsen, Gothenburg, by 15 
February 

(A 787) 

MR. JACQUES D'ORCHIMONT, Karl 
Johansgatan 6, Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: Fredrik d'Orchimont 

Fredrik d'Orchimont Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 
Unrestricted 
Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 

have taken a degree at Gothenburg 

Commercial College. 
& 2,000 Sw.kr. 
X 1 year 1 
A I 2 3 

E3 Direktor Jacques d'Orchimont, Karl 
Johansgatan 6, Gothenburg 

(A 788) 

L. M. ERICSSON TELEPHONE COM- 
PANY, Stockholm 32, Sweden 

Scholarships 
tt Electro-technical subjects of special 

interest to the Company 
Sweden or abroad 

M. Available to Swedish nationals; reci- 
pients should be graduates or students 
of the Royal Institute of Technology in 
Stockholm or of the Chalmers Institute 
of Technology in Gothenburg; awards 
are intended to promote scientific 
education and research in electro- 
technical subjects of special interest to 
the Company. 

<} 1,000 to 5,000 Sw.kr. (Total amount 
given for awards is approx. 10,000 Sw. 
kr.) 
X Unspecified 1 

* 3 to 5 a 8 

Telefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericssons 
Stiftelse for framjande av elektroteknisk 
forskning, Stockholm 32, from February 
till 15 March 

(A 789) 

L. M. ERICSSON TELEPHONE COM- 
PANY, Stockholm 32, Sweden 

Travelling Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
* Sweden and abroad 

M Available to young employees of the 
L. M. Ericsson Telephone Company or 
its Swedish subsidiary companies. 
<$ 1,000 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 
X 1 month 

Approx. 10 * 8 



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Telefonaktiebolaget 
Stockholm 32 



L. M. Ericsson, 



(A 790) 

"FOLKET I BILD", Klara v. kyrkogata 5 
Stockholm, Sweden 

"Folket i BUd" Travel Scholarships 
M Graphic art 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 

are promising graphic artists. 
4 1,000 to 2,000 Sw.kr. 
B 1 academic year 

* 2 2 

"Folket i Bild", Klara v. kyrkogata 5, 
Stockholm 

(A 791) 

"GOTEBORGS HANDELS- & SjOFART- 
STIDNING", Gothenburg, Sweden 

Nordic Travel Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Denmark, Finland, Norway 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 
are pupils at secondary schools or 
vocational schools in the western parts 
of Sweden. 

4 500 Sw.kr. 

M Minimum 1 month 

10 2S 

HI Headmaster of candidate's school 

(A 792) 

"GOTEBORGS-POSTEN", Gothenburg, 
Sweden 

Scholarships 
Ml Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to members of the staff of the 
"Goteborgs-Posten" who are on the 
editorial staff, administration or in the 
printing office. 

A 1,000 Sw.kr. 

31 Unspecified l 

3 8 

Hi Goteborgs-Postcn, Gothenburg 

(A 793) 

"GOTEBORGS-POSTEN", Gothenburg, 
Sweden 

Donor: Harry Hjoerne 

Scholarship 
II Swedish press 

Sweden 

M. Available to Norwegian nationals; 
must be working journalists who are 
members of Ostfold Press Association. 

& Interest of fund of 15,000 Sw.kr. 

I Unspecified 1 

1 

Hi Ostfolds Presseforening, Moss 

(A 794) 

GOTHENBURG COMMERCIAL HIGH 
SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE, Goth- 
enburg, Sweden 



Donor: Alfred Heyman 
Alfred Heyman Scholarship 
II Manufacture or commerce 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals; must 
have passed the leaving examination at 
Gothenburg Commercial High School 
and Junior College and must have been 
employed for not less than 3 and not 
more than 5 years in commerce or 
manufacture in Sweden; preference 
given to candidates occupied in textile 
trade. 

& Variable, approx. 2,000 Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified 

* 1 2 

Goteborgs Handelsinstitut, Gothenburg 

(A 795) 

GOTHENBURG COMMERCIAL HIGH 
SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE, 

Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: Society of Former Pupils of 

Gothenburg Commercial High School 

and Junior College 

Former Pupils Fund Scholarship 
II Commercial subjects 

Unrestricted 

JR Available to Swedish nationals who 
have passed the commercial examina- 
tion at Gothenburg Commercial High 
School and Junior College within the 
last 3 years. Award is to further theo- 
retical and practical education in com- 
merce. 

750 to 2,000 Sw.kr. 

E 6 or 12 months 1 

1 or 2 2 8 

B Goteborgs Handelsinstitut, Gothenburg, 
by 31 May 

(A 796) 

GOTHENBURG PORT AUTHORITY, 
Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: J. A. Hertz 

J. A. Hertz Scholarships 
II Commercial conditions, especially 

free port arrangements, etc. 
Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish subjects. 
6 2,000 to 3,000 Sw.kr. 
B Unspecified 

2 2 8 

EH Goteborgs Hamnstyrelse, Gothenburg 

(A 797) 

GOTHENBURG UNIVERSITY, Gothen- 
burg, Sweden 

Donors: Paul and Marie Berghaus 

(a) Paul and Marie Berghaus Schol- 
arships 

(b) Paul and Marie Berghaus Travel 
Grants 

II Unrestricted 

(a) Generally Sweden but special per- 
mission may be given to study abroad 



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(b) Unrestricted 

M. Available to students at Gothenburg 
University; for (a) must have completed 
at least 1 or 2 years of higher studies; for 
(b) must have passed fil. kand. exami- 
nation of fil. dmbetsexamen. 

& (a) 1,500 or 2,500 Sw.kr. 

(b) Unspecified; usual maximum 3,000 
Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified 

* Unspecified 2 8 

gg G6teborgs hogskola, Gothenburg, by 
15 April 

(A 798) 

GOTHENBURG UNIVERSITY, Gothen- 
burg, Sweden 

Donor: Henrik Ahrenberg 
Henrik Ahrenberg Scholarships 
tt Studies connected with archives, 
museums, libraries, etc. 

* Denmark, Finland, Norway 

Jl Available to students of Gothenburg 
University; must have completed at 
least 1 or 2 years of higher studies. 
Awards are for students to carry out 
studies at museums, libraries or similar 
institutions. 

A Maximum 1,800 Sw.kr., plus transpor- 
tation and maintenance 

X Unspecified * 

* Unspecified 23 

Goteborgs hogskola, Gothenburg, by 1 
November or 1 May 

(A 799) 

GOTHENBURG UNIVERSITY, Gothen- 
burg, Sweden 

Donor: Susen Rydberg 

Viktor Rydberg Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 

Generally Sweden but special permission 
may be given to study abroad 

M. Available to students at Gothenburg 
University; must have completed at 
least 1 or 2 years of higher studies. 

& 1,000 or 500 Sw.kr. 

K Unspecified 1 

Unspecified 2 8 

Goteborgs hogskola, Gothenburg, by 
+ 15 February 

(A 800) 

HANDICRAFTS ASSOCIATION BOARD, 
Norrkoping, Sweden 

Donor: Edward Blombergh 
Edward Blombergh Scholarship 
m Handicrafts 

Unrestricted 

M, Available to young Swedish craftsmen 
of Norrkoping to enable them to travel 
abroad. 

4$ Minimum 1,000 Sw.kr. 



S Unspecified * 

* 1 

Bi Norrkopings Hantverksforenings styr- 
else, Norrkoping 

(A 801) 

LARS HIERTA MEMORIAL FOUNDA- 
TION, Eriksbergsgatan 3, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Wilhelmina Hierta 

Grants 
tt Social welfare and scientific research 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals; for 
research work. Awards are to promote 
social progress by encouraging such 
research work and such reforms as will 
benefit mankind in general but with 
particular regard to Sweden. 

<$ Varies from few hundred to 5,000 Sw.kr. 

ffl Unspecified * 

fc Varies according to value of grants 
awarded 

Hi Stiftelsen Lars Hiertas Minne, Eriks- 
bergsgatan 3, Stockholm 

(A 802) 

HUMANISTIC FUND, Storgatan 41, 
Stockholm, Sweden 

Scholarships 
tt Scientific research 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals. 
A Total of 800,000 to 900,000 Sw.kr. i 

given for awards 

5 Unspecified 1 

* Unspecified * 

B Humanistiska Fonden, Storgatan 41, 
Stockholm 

(A 803) 

HELGE AX:SON JOHNSON FOUNDA- 
TION, Heines Advokatbyra, Regerings- 
gatan 45, Stockholm, Sweden 

Helge Ax:son Johnson Foundation 
Awards 

tt Literary and artistic subjects, scien- 
tific research 
Unrestricted 
M Available to nationals of Sweden. 

6 Unspecified 
K Unspecified 

Unspecified a 3 

Bi Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse, Heine* 
Advokatbyra, Regeringsgatan 45, Stock- 
holm 

(A 804) 

KAROLINSKA MEDICO-SURGICAL 
INSTITUTE, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Anna S. Forssell 

H. C. Jacobaeus Scholarship 



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m Scientific studies 

Unrestricted 

M Available to physicians at the medical 

clinics of the Karoiinska Institute. 
4 175 Sw.kr. 
B Unspecified 

* 2 8 

Hi Karoiinska Mediko-Kirurgiska Institu- 
tet, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm 

(A 805) 

KAROLINSKA MEDICO-SURGICAL 
INSTITUTE, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Nils Jonas Ljungberg 

Nils Jonas Ljungberg Travel Scholarship 
tt Medicine 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish doctors of medi- 
cine who are members of the Swedish 
Association of Physicians; must have 
knowledge of English, French and 
German. 

A 5,400 Sw.kr. or 2,700 Sw.kr. 

9 1 year or 6 months 

* 1 of 5,400 Sw.kr. or 2 of 2,700 Sw.kr. * 

Karoiinska Mediko-Kirurgiska Institu- 
te!;, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm, by mid- 
April 

(A 806) 

KAROLINSKA MEDICO-SURGICAL 
INSTITUTE, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Gunnar Holmgren 
Gunnar Holmgren Scholarship 
tt Oto-larynjjolojjy 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be promising young scientist in the field 
of oto-laryngology. 

<S 200 Sw.kr. 

SI Unspecified 

1 

Karoiinska Mediko-Kirurgiska Insti- 
tutet, Solnavagen 1, Stockholm 

(A 807) 

KRISTIANSTAD TECHNICAL SCHOOL, 
Kristianstad, Sweden 

Hanna and Carl Moller Scholarship Fund 
m Handicrafts 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals; reci- 
pient must be a craftsman from Kris- 
tianstad. 

<$ 500 Sw.kr. for 1 or 2 awards 

B Unspecified 

1 or 2 ! 

Kristianstads tekniska skola, Kris- 
tianstad 

(A 808) 

LANDSKRONA TOWN COUNCIL, Lands- 
krona, Sweden 

Donor: Gustaf Lindegren 



Konsul Gustaf Lindegren Scholarship 
II Mercantile and commercial studies 

* Germany, Russia, United Kingdom 

JK Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be young men who intend to become 
merchants and be employed in a shop 
or business concern in Landskrona. 

A 500 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 1 

* 1 

Stadsfullmaktige, Landskrona 

(A 809) 

LANGMANSKA FUND, Sysslomansgatan 
26, Uppsala, Sweden 

Langmanska Cultural Scholarships 
tt Humanities, natural sciences, art, 

literature, adult education 
Sweden and abroad 
M Available to Swedish nationals. 
& Unspecified 
I Unspecified 

* Unspecified 23 

H Langmanska fondens namnd, Sysslo- 
mansgatan 26, Uppsala, by 31 December 

(A 810) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 
Travel Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

tit* Sweden: Lund University 

JR Available to students from Czecho- 
slovakia, France, Greece, Italy, Ne- 
therlands , Switzerland , United King- 
dom. 

<5 Variable (total amount for awards is 
25,250 Sw.kr.) 

21 1 year 

* 18 28 

BH Lund University, Lund 

(A 811) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Travel Scholarships 
tt Medicine 
@ Unrestricted [in 1952-53 award (a) is 

given for study in Denmark (2), 

Finland (2), France, Hungary, Iceland, 

Italy, Norway (2), Poland United 

Kingdom] 
M. Available to Swedish nationals who are 

medical students or scientists at Lund 

University. 
<5 (a) Variable (total of 27,650 Sw.kr. is 

given for awards) 

(b) Approx. 2,450 Sw.kr. 

(c) Approx. 2,000 Sw.kr. 
M (a) 1 year 

(b) 45 to 75 days 

(c) 25 days 

* (a) 12 a 3 ; (b) 3 2 8 ; (c) 10 to 12 

Lund University, Lund 



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(A 812) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: Petra Flensburg 

Nils Flensburg Travel Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Norway, Sweden 

M, Available to students of Oslo University 
to study at Lund University and to 
students of Lund University to study 
t Oslo University; must have taken 
part in the work of students' organiza- 
tions; preference given to those who 
are studying old languages, mathema- 
tics or history. 

4 Approx. 1,800 Sw.kr. 

O Approx. 4 to 5 months 

ft 1 every 2 years * 

Lund University, Lund, by April in year 
of award 

(A 813) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Professor Em. Walberg 
Professor Em. Walberg Scholarship 
tt Romance languages 

France or other Latin countries 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
are students of Romance languages and 
who wish to collect material for a 
thesis. 

<S Approx. 1,500 Sw.kr. 

SI Unspecified 

ft 1 every 2 years 2 

Lund University, Lund, by April in year 
of award 

(A 814) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donors: Hedvig and Axel Bokelund 
Bokelund Fund for Travel Grants 

tt Science 

<P Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
are in the Faculty of Science at Lund 
University as (a) ordinary professors 
(b) assistant teachers or (c) students. 
Awards are intended to promote research 
in science subjects. 

& Variable 

X Variable 

ft (a) Usually 1 to 4 2 

(b) Usually 2 to 4 * 8 

(c) Usually 3 to 7 

Hi Lund University, Lund, by 1 March 

(A 815) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donors: Hedvig and Axel Bokelund 
Bokelund Fund for Travel Grants 
tt History, geography, archaeology, 
ethnography 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to Swedish nationals who 



are at Lund University as (a) ordinary 
professors (b) assistant teachers or 
(c) students of the subjects of study. 
Awards are intended to promote 
research in the subjects of study. 

& Variable 

B Variable 

* (a) Usually 1 to 3 * 

(b) Usually 1 to 3 

(c) Usually 2 to 7 8 

Bi Lund University, Lund, by 1 March 

(A 816) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donors: Hedvig and Axel Bokelund 

Bokelund Medical Fund 
tt Medicine 
Unrestricted 
M Available to Swedish nationals who 

are in the Faculty of Medicine at Lund 

University as (a) ordinary professors 

(b) assistant teachers or (c) students. 

Awards are intended to promote medical 

research. 
4$ 800 Sw.kr. 
B Variable 

* (a) Usually 1 to 3 8 

(b) Usually 1 to 3 * 

(c) Usually 1 to 3 a 8 

Lund University, Lund, by 1 March 

(A 817) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: H.M. Carl XV 

King's Travel Scholars-hip 
tt Medicine 
Unrestricted 
ML Available to Swedish nationals who are 

young surgeons or teachers at the 

Faculty of Medicine of Lund University. 
& 1,000 Sw. kr. 
B 5 months * 
ft 1 * 8 

Lund University, Lund, by May 

(A 818) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: Anna C. Gleerup 

Gleerup Travel Scholarship 
tt Divinity, philosophy 

Unrestricted 

J0L Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be Lund University students who have 
passed the teologie kandidat, filosofie 
licentiat examination or who have 
filosofisk doktorsgrad. 

6 800 Sw.kr. 

O 1 term 

ft Nil (award is made when sufficient funds 
accumulate) 

Bi Lund University, Lund 



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(A 819) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Professor Johannes Paulson 
Johannes Paulson Travel Scholarship 

Latin, Greek 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who are 
students or teachers in the classical 
field at Lund University. 

A Approx. 1,000 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 1 

fc 1 every 2 years 8 

Lund University, Lund, by 30 April in 
year of award 

(A 820) 
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: Seved Ribbing 

Seved Ribbing Travel Scholarship 
m Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 

are students at Lund University. 
A Approx. 1,200 Sw.kr. 
X Unspecified 
t 1 every 2 years * 

Lund University, Luiid, by late January 
in year of award 

(A 821) 

LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden 
Donor: Professor Pfannenstill 
Pfannenstill Travel Scholarship 
AH Theology 

Germany 

M Available to Swedish graduate stu- 
dents of theology to enable them to 
pursue advanced studies at a Protestant 
university in Luther's native country. 

A 1,400 Sw.kr. 

B Minimum 1 semester 

1 23 

m Faculty of Theology, Lund University, 
Lund 

(A 822) 

MALMO INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION, 
Malmo, Sweden 

Mai mo Industrial Association Scholar- 
ship 
M Industrial studies 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish technicians, fore- 
men and workers; preference given to 
persons living in the province of Skane. 

A Maximum 750 Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified l 

A 20 to 30 * 

Malmo Industriforening, Malmo 

(A 823) 

MEDICAL STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION, 
12 Norr Malarstrand, Stockholm, Sweden 

Ague Zotterman Scholarship 
I Medical studies 

Unrestricted 



Jt Available to Bachelors of Medicine who 
have been members of the Medical 
Students' Association in Stockholm for 
1 year. 

A Minimum 400 Sw.kr. 

H Unspecified 

* 1 

Medicinska Fdreningen, 12 Norr Malar- 
strand, Stockholm 

(A 824) 

MEDICAL STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION, 
12 Norr Malarstrand, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: (a) Oskar and Gerda Media 

(b) Oskar N. Andersson 

(a) Oskar and Gerda Medin Scholarship 

(b) Oskar N. Andersson Scholarship 
M Medical subjects 

Unrestricted 

M Available to persons who have been 
members of the Medical Students' Asso- 
ciation in Stockholm for at least 12 
months. 

45 (a) Approx. 600 Sw.kr.; (b) Variable 

35 (a) 1 year; (b) 1 year * 

(a) l;(b)l 

Hi Medicinska Foreningen, 12 Norr Malar- 
strand, Stockholm 

(A 825) 

AB NORDISKA KOMPANIET, Hamn- 
gatan 18-20, Stockholm, Sweden 

Josef Sachs Scholarship Fund 
ftft Award may be used for studying 
subjects connected with the work of 
the firm or for rest and recreation 

Unrestricted 

JE Available to employees of AB Nordiska 
Kompaniet or affiliated companies. 

A Usually 300 Sw.kr. In addition the 
firm sometimes contributes a further 
amount 

2 Unspecified 

Unspecified * 8 

19 Staff Welfare Office, AB Nordiska 
Kompaniet, Hamngatan 18-20, Stock- 
holm 

(A 826) 

AB NORDISKA KOMPANIET, Hamn- 
gatan 18-20, Stockholm, Sweden 

(a) Josef Sachs Memorial Fund 

(b) A. Wennberg Scholarship Fund 

tt Subjects connected with the work of 
the department store AB Nordiska 
Kompaniet 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to employees of AB Nordiska 
Kompaniet or affiliated companies, 
to enable them to study abroad; 
age limit for (a) is 30. 

A (a) Total of 4,000 Sw.kr. is given for 

the awards; 

(b) Normally 500 Sw.kr. 
In addition to these amounts the firm 
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D Unspecified 
* Unspecified 

Staff Welfare Office, AB Nordiska 
Kompaniet, Hamngatan 18-20, Stock- 
holm, by 30 April for (a) 

(A 827) 
PEOPLE'S PARTY HEAD OFFICE, 

Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata 12, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Scholarship from the Ohlin Fund 
tH Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to candidates having an 
interest in Swedish liberalism; age 
under 40. Award is intended to stimulate 
studies in political subjects. 

<5 Approx. 1,000 Sw.kr. 

TS. 1 year 

x 2 8 

G9 Folkpartiets Huvudbyra, Stockholm 

(A 828) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 
SWEDEN, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donors: (a) Apotekarsocienteten; (b) R. 
Balkenhausen; (c) Gottfried Nygren 
(a) Scholarship; (b) Balkenhausen Scho- 
larship; (c) Nygren Scholarship 
M Pharmacy, pharmaceutical chemistry, 
etc. 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 
have graduated from the Swedish 
Pharmaceutical Institute, Stockholm. 

45 (a) 1,200 Sw.kr.; (b) Unspecified; 
(c) 1,000 Sw.kr. 

fl (a) Minimum 2 months; (b) Unspecified; 
(c) 1 month 

(a) 1 2 ; (b) Unspecified; (c) 1 

Bi Sveriges Farmaceutforbund, Vallinga- 
tan 26, Stockholm 

(A 829) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 
SWEDEN, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Control Laboratory Award 
tt Pharmacy* pharmaceutical chemistry, 

etc. 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
have graduated from the Swedish 
Pharmaceutical Institute, Stockholm. 

6 Unspecified 

M Unspecified 

Unspecified 2 

) Sveriges Farmaceutforbund Kontrolla- 
boratorium, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm 



(A 830) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 
SWEDEN, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donors: (a) Ernst Reuterskiold ; (b) Carl 
Wilhelm Sebardt; (c) Emil Waller 

(a) Reuterskiold Scholarship 

(b) Sebardt Travel Scholarship 

(c) Waller Scholarship 
tt Pharmacy 

* Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 
have graduated from the Swedish 
Pharmaceutical Institute, Stockholm. 

<5 (a) Approx. 800 Sw.kr. 

(b) 900 Sw.kr. (c) Unspecified 

5 Unspecified 

* (a) 1 2 8 ; (b) 1; (c) Unspecified 

Sveriges Farmaceutforbund, Vallinga- 
tan 26, Stockholm 

(A 831) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 
SWEDEN, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Fredrik Montelin 

Montelin Scholarship 
Ml Pharmacy 

Denmark, Finland, Norway 
M. Available to Swedish nationals who 

have graduated from the Swedish 

Pharmaceutical Institute, Stockholm. 

6 600 Sw.kr. 

5 Unspecified 

* 1 a 

Sveriges Farmaceutforbund, Vallin- 
gatan 26, Stockholm 

(A 832) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 

SWEDEN, Vallingatan 26, Stockholm, 

Sweden 

"Apoteksarrendatorer" 

tt Chemistry, etc. 

<B Unrestricted 

M. Available to teachers at the Swedish 
Pharmaceutical Institute who have 
graduated at the Institute. 

A Minimum 600 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

A Unspecified 

Bi Sveriges Farmaceutforbund, Vallinga- 
tan 26, Stockholm 

(A 833) 

PRESS CLUB, Rosenbad, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Lars Hiertas Scholarship 
tt Journalism 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Swedish journalists who 

will be able to profit from a visit abroad. 

6 Approx. 1,000 Sw.kr. 



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X Unspecified 
It 1 or more * f 

Publicistklubben, Rosenbad, Stockholm 

(A 834) 

PRESS <UB, Rosenbad, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Scholarship for Women Journalists 
m Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

3. Available to Swedish women journ- 
alists to enable them to undertake 
research abroad or to study for their 
profession. 

& Varies, approx. 1,000 Sw.kr. 

SI Unspecified 

* 1 8 

Hi Publicistklubben, Rosenbad, Stockholm 

(A 835) 

PRESS CLUB, Rosenbad, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: G. H. von Koch 

G. H. von Koch Scholarship 
tt Social legislation and other social 

studies 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to young Swedish journalists 
who are interested in social questions. 
& Variable 
Unspecified 

* 1 a 8 

Bi Publicistklubben, Rosenbad, Stockholm 

(A 836) 

AUGUST RIGNER SCHOLARSHIP 
BOARD, Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: August Rigner 

August Rigner Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
G Unrestricted 
JH Available to young Swedish nationals; 

must be capable workers. 
& 1,200 Sw.kr. 
JS Unspecified 

* 1 a 

M Styrelsen for August Rigner Stipendie- 
fond, Gothenburg 

(A 837) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 
Rothstein Scholarship 

M Art 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of Sweden. 
The award is given alternately to the 
Director and the Secretary of the Royal 
Academy of Fine Arts and to the 
professors of the School of Architecture. 

<S Approx. 1,000 Sw.kr. 

H Unspecified 

ft 1 (available when vacant) 

Bi Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockho'm 



(A 838) 
ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 

Ester Lindahl Scholarship 
tt Art 

Unrestricted 
A Available to young Swedish nationals 

who are devoting themselves to some 

branch of art. 
5 Approx. 5,000 Sw.kr. 
2 Unspecified 

* 3 8 

3 Ester Lindahls stipendienamnd, c/o 
Sekreterare F. Georgii-Hemming, Horns- 
gatan 60, Stockholm 

(A 839) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: (a) Swedish Government 

(a) State Travel Scholarship 

(b) Jenny Lind Scholarship 

(c) Special Fund Scholarship 

tt Painting, sculpture, architecture 

$ Unrestricted 

JO. Available to Swedish nationals; age 
for (a) under 35, for (b) 20 to 30; must 
be qualified in subject of study; for 
(b) must be unmarried. 

6 (a) 6,000 Sw.kr. 

(b) 5,000 Sw.kr. 

(c) Approx. 3,000 Sw.kr. 
1C Unspecified 

* (a) 1 3 

(b) 1 (available when vacant) 

(c) 1 * ' 

Bi Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 840) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 
Winqvistsk Scholarship 

tt Painting* sculpture 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have completed their studies at an 
art school, to enable them to undertake 
further studies abroad. 

<l 2,000 Sw.kr. 

HL Unspecified l 

* I 2 3 

ES Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 841) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 

(a) W. Wholfarth Scholarship 

(b) Kimanson Scholarship 
tt (a) Painting 

(b) Painting or sculpture 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Swedish nationals who 

are painters or sculptors. 
4 (a) Approx. 1,500 Sw.kr. 



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(b) Approx. 2,000 Sw.kr. 
Hi Unspecified 
* (a) 1 

(b) 1 * * (amount may be divided 
between 2 candidates) 

* Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 842) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 

Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Carl Larsson 
Carl Larsson Scholarship 

Ift Figure-painting or decorative paint- 
in j| 

Unrestricted 

M, Available to young Swedish nationals 
who are studying figure-painting or 
decorative painting and who need 
financial assistance to complete their 
studies. 

& Approx. 2,000 Sw.kr. 

HI Unspecified 

* 1 " 

Bi Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 843) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 

Hoffman Scholarship 
ftft Architecture 
$ Unrestricted 

JBL Available to Swedish nationals who 
are students at the School of Archi- 
tecture of the Royal Academy of Fine 
Arts. 
& Approx. 1,400 Sw.kr. 

5 3 years 

* 1 every 3 years 

9 Kgl. Akademien for de fria konsterna, 
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 844) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF LETTERS, 
HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES, Stor- 
gatan 41, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Generalkonsul Jacob Letterstedt 
Jacob Letterstedt Scholarship 
ftft Literature, history or archaeology 
Unrestricted 

JL Available to Swedish nationals; age 
25 to 40; must have advanced know- 
ledge of one or several sciences and have 
knowledge of English and French. 

6 3,500 Sw.kr. 
fi 6 months * 

* 1 every 7 years (next available in 1954) 
B Kgl. Vitterhets Historic och Antik- 

vitets Akademien, Storgatan 41, Stock- 
holm 



(A 845) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF LETTERS, 
HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES, Stor- 
gatan 41, Stockholm, Sweden, 
Donor: Oscar Montelius 
Oscar Montelius Memorial Fund 
Ift Comparative archaeological research 

(Pre-history and the Middle Ages) 
Unrestricted 

<A Available to Swedish nationals who 

have completed higher studies. ' 

<$ Total amount for awards is appro*. 

700 Sw.kr. 
B Unspecified l 
^ 1 or more 2 8 

B Kgl. Vitterhets Historic och AntiL- 
vitets Akademien, Storgatan 41, Stock- 
holm 

(A 846) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Nybro- 

kajen 11, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Jenny Lind-Goldschmidt 
Jenny Lind Scholarship 

Music 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals born 
in Sweden; age 20 to 30; must be 
unmarried; candidates must be promise 
ing musicians who wish to complete 
their studies abroad. 

& 7,500 Sw.kr. 

IS 9 months l 

* 1 every 2 years 

B Kgl. Musikaliska Akademien, Nybro- 
kajen 11, Stockholm 

(A 847) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Nybro- 

kajen 11, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: Bernhard and Malin vonBeskow 
Bernhard and Malin von Beskow Schol- 
arship 

Ift Music 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to promising young Swedish 
musicians who need financial assistance 
to make a study visit abroad. 

6 Approx. 1,100 Sw.kr. 

O 1 month 1 

* 1 * 8 

B Kgl. Musikaliska Akademien, Nybro- 
kajen 11, Stockholm 

(A 848) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF RURAL INDUS- 
TRIES, Master Samuelsgatan 47, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Lofvenskolds Travelling Scholarship 
ftft Farm buildings designed for small 

farms 

$ Sweden or other countries 
jft Available to Swedish nationals; muat 



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have knowledge of building and have 
had practical experience of building or 
. repairing farm buildings. 

* 2,400 Sw.kr. 
ff Unspecified 
A I 8 

fli Kungl. Lantbruksakademien, Master 
Samuel sgatan4 7, Stockholm 

(A 849) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF RURAL INDUS- 
TRIES, Master Samuelsgatan 47, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Melanders Scholarship 
tt Agriculture 

Sweden or other countries 

jgi . Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be young people who have completed 
higher agricultural studies and who 
have some practical experience in agri- 
cultural work. 

A 2,000 Sw.kr. 

1C Unspecified 

J ! 

JH Kungl. Lantbruksakademien, Master 
Samuelsgatan 47, Stockholm 

(A 850) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF RURAL INDUS- 
TRIES, Master Samuelsgatan 47, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Edvard Nonnen Travelling Scholarship 
tt Theoretical and practical studies of 

rural industries 
41 Unrestricted 
M. Available to Swedish nationals; must 

have completed studies at a Swedish 

agricultural college within the last 

4 years. 

A 2,000 Sw.kr. 
H Unspecified 

* 1* 

I Kungl. Lantbruksakademien, Master 
Samuelsgatan 47, Stockholm 

(A 851) 
ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 

Stockholm 50, Sweden 

Donor: Claes Adelskold 

Claes Adelskold Travel Scholarship 
tt 1 D^inoeriiio 

' Unrestricted 

Jft A \ii ilable to Swedish nationals; age 
limit 30; must be engineer of some 
experience and must have knowledge 
of 2 of the following languages English, 
French, German; recipient is required 
to stay abroad as long as the Academy 
decides and to do practical work in 
engineering while abroad; must return 
to Sweden within 3 years of award of 
scholarship. 

4 Approx. 4,000 Sw.kr. 

M As decided by the Academy 

* 1 or 2 8 8 



Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 
50, by 1 April 

(A 852) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 
Stockholm 50, Sweden 

Donor: Jacob Letterstedt 
Letterstedt Travel Scholarship 
tt Scientific research 

Unrestricted 

M Available to male Swedish nationals; 
age 25 to 40; must be distinguished 
scientist and have knowledge of English, 
and French or Latin. , 

& 3,700 Sw.kr. 

1 year 

1 2 8 

B Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 
50 

(A 853) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 
Stockholm 50, Sweden 

Donor: Anders Fredrik Regnell 

Anders Fredrik Regnell Botany Grant 
tt Botany 

Brazil or another tropical country 
M. Available to male Swedish nationals; 

must be outstanding scientists in the 

field of botany. 

6 Covers the expenses of the expedition 
IS 2 years 

A Awards are not given regularly 
Hi Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 

50 

(A 854) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, Stock- 
holm 50, Sweden 

Donor: Carl Christian Soderstrom 
C. C. Soderstrom Travel Scholarship 
tt iCconoiriics 
$ Unrestricted 

JSL Available to Swedish nationals; age 
limit 40; must have university degree in 
economics or have published some 
work on the subject. 

6 Varies according to studies being taken 
O Unspecified l 
^ 1 or more 2 3 

ES Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stock- 
holm 50 

(A 855) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, Stock- 
holm 50, Sweden 

Donor: P. O. von Asp 
Byzantin Travel Scholarship 
tt Statistics and economics 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals; age 
over 23; candidates should be students 
and should preferably spend some time 
abroad before receiving the award so 
that they may learn the language and 
customs of a foreign university. 



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$ 4,500 Sw.kr. 

1C 2 years 

A 1 every 3 years 

Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 
50 

(A 856) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 
Stockholm 50, Sweden 

Donor: Johan August Wahlberg 
Wahlberg Travel Scholarship 
tt Natural history 

Unrestricted but especially unknown 
areas 

Jft Available to Swedish scientists compe- 
tent to undertake scientific research 
in natural history, especially in unknown 
areas. 

& Approx. 3,000 Sw.kr. 

Minimum 4 months 

1 every 4 years (available in 1953) 

Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 
50 

(A 857) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, 
Stockholm 50, Sweden 
Donor: Sophie Wahlberg 
Peter Fredrik Wahlberg Memorial Schol- 
arship 

tt Natural history, especially biology or 
entomology 

Unrestricted 

M Available to young Swedish scientists. 
S 4,000 Sw.kr. 
M Unspecified 
A 1 every 2 years * 

B Kgl. Vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm 
50 

(A 858) 

ROYAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL 

TRAINING, Stockholm 5, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 
Scholarships to Pupils from Scandina- 
vian Vocational Training Schools 

tt Industrial training, handicrafts, dom- 
estic economics, commerce 

Sweden 

M. Available to nationals of Denmark, 
Finland, Iceland and Norway, to 
enable them to take courses at voca- 
tional training schools in Sweden. 

A Maximum 115 Sw.kr. per month 

O Minimum 5 months 

100 2 * 

M Kgl. Overstyrelsen for Yrkesutbildning, 
Stockholm 5 

(A 859) 

ROYAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL 
TRAINING, Stockholm 5, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 



Scholarships for Swedish Pupils at Voca- 
tional Schools 

tt Ind us trial training, handicrafts , dom- 
estic economics, commerce 

f> Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway 

M Available to Swedish nationals to en- 
able them to take courses at vocational 
training schools in other Scandinavian 
countries. 

^ Maximum 115 Sw.kr. per month 

HI Minimum 5 months 

* 30 2 3 

B Kgl. Overstyrelsen for Yrkesutbildning, 
Stockholm 5 

(A 860) 

ROYAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL 

TRAINING, Stockholm 5, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 
Government Travel Grants for Voca- 
tional Training Teachers 

tt Handicraft training, technical train- 
ing, commercial training, domestic 
economy training, language studies 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are on the permanent staff of schools 
under the supervision of the Board. 

& 150 to 800 Sw.kr. 

31 Unspecified 

A Approx. 25 2 3 

Headmaster of candidate's school by 
1 March of year in which journey is to 
take place 

<A 861) 

ROYAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL 
TRAINING, Stockholm 5, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Travel Grants for Vocational Training 
tt Handicraft training, technical training 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to Swedish nationals; awards 

are given to craftsmen and smaller 

industrialists, and to foremen and 

workers in industry. 
6 100 to 800 Sw.kr. 
12 Unspecified 

* Approx. 10 2 8 

EH Kgl. Overstyrelsen for Yrkesutbildning, 
Stockholm 5, by 1 February of year in 
which journey is to take place 

(A 862) 

ROYAL BOARD OF AGRICULTURE, 
Stockholm 16, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Grants 
tt Agricultural studies 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 
have an academic agricultural, horti- 
cultural or dairy education. 



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4 Total of 15,000 Sw.kr. is given for awards 
M Unspecified 

Unspecified; approx. 10 * 

Kungl. Lantbruksstyrelsen, Stockholm 
16, or Jordbrukets Upplysningsnamnd, 
Smalandagatan 40, Stockholm 

(A 863) 

ROYAL BOARD OF EDUCATION, Hant- 
verkaregatan 29, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

State Travel Scholarships for Teachers 

at Universities and Institutes of Higher 

Learning 
M Subject connected with recipient's field 

of work 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be (a) a teacher on the permanent staff 
of the University of Gothenburg, Lund, 
Stockholm or Uppsala, or at the Medical 
Institute in Stockholm or Gothenburg, 
or (b) the head of the Biochemical 
Department of the Nobel Institute of 
Medicine, or (c) the head librarian or the 
first librarian at one of the university 
libraries. 

A 1,600 Sw.kr. to recipients from Stock- 
holm and Uppsala or 1,500 Sw.kr. to 
those from Gothenburg and Lund 

fl Unspecified 

ft Unspecified * * 

Kungl. Skoldverstyrelsen, Hantverkare- 
gatan 29, Stockholm, by 1 April 

(A 864) 

ROYAL BOARD OF EDUCATION, Hant- 
verkaregatan 29, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 
Travel Grants for Modern Languages 
Teachers 
M Modern languages 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish teachers of 
modern languages at secondary schools, 
to enable them to study abroad. 

<S Total amount for awards is 50,000 Sw.kr, 

E Unspecified 

Unspecified * 

Kungl. Skoloverstyrelsen, Hantver- 
karegatan 29, Stockholm 

(A 865) 

ROYAL BOARD OF EDUCATION, Hant- 
verkaregatan 29, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Travel Grants for Modern Languages 

Teachers 
tt Modern languages 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish teachers of 
modern languages at training colleges 
and primary schools, to enable them to 
study abroad. 

4 Total amount for awards is 25,000 Sw.kr. 

K Unspecified 



Unspecified * ' 

Of Kungl. Skoldverstyrelsen, Hantver- 
karegatan 29, Stockholm 

(A 866) 

ROYAL BOARD OF THE TECHNICAL 
UNIVERSITIES OF SWEDEN, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

State Travel Scholarships 
M All branches of engineering 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals who 
are teachers on the permanent staff of 
the Royal Technical University, Stock- 
holm, or of the Chalmers Technical 
University, Gothenburg. 

& 2,000 Sw.kr. 

B Minimum 4 weeks 

ft Unspecified * a 

Overstyrelsen for de tekniska hog- 
skolorna, Stockholm 

(A 867) 

ROYAL BOARD OF TRADE, Stockholm 
C, Sweden 

Scholarships for Technicians 
M Technical subjects 
Unrestricted 
M Available to technicians in Sweden; 

must have theoretical and practical 

knowledge of subject. 
4 1,000 to 2,000 Sw.kr. 
B Approx. 2 years * 

* Approx. 10 8 

B Kungl. Kommerskollegium, Stockholm 
C, by 31 January 

(A 868) 

ROYAL BOARD OF TRADE, Stockholm 

C, Sweden 

Scholarships for Foreign Trade 

tt Commerce 

@ Countries other than Sweden, especially 
non-European countries 

A Available to candidates in Sweden 
having a theoretical and practical 
knowledge of commercial business; 
some knowledge of languages is desir- 
able. Purpose of awards is to further 
Swedish export business. 

<S 2,500 to 3,000 Sw.kr. 

B 1 year * 

* 5 8 

E9 Kungl. Kommerskollegium, Stock- 
holm C 

(A 869) 

ROYAL BOARD OF TRADE, Stockholm 
C, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

State Scholarship 
tt Technical studies 

* Unrestricted 

Jl Available to fully trained or practically 



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trained Swedish technicians, to enable 

them to study abroad. 
A 1,000 to 2,000 Sw.kr. 
81 2 years 
* 10 

Kungl. Kommerskollegium, Stock- 
holm C 

(A 870) 

ROYAL BOARD OF TRADE, Stock- 
holm C, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

State Scholarship 
tt Commerce 

Unrestricted, preferably countries out- 
side Europe 

A Available to Swedish nationals; awards 
are to enable recipients to gain useful 
knowledge concerning the export of 
Swedish goods or the import of raw 
materials and other goods into Sweden. 

A Unspecified 

5 Unspecified l 

* Unspecified * 

Kungl. Kommerskollegium, Stock- 
holm C 

(A 871) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOGRA- 
PHY, Lund, Sweden 

Donor: Herman Nilsson-Ehle 
Herman Nilsson-Ehle Travel Scholar- 
ship 

11 Research in heredity 
$ Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Swedish nationals. 

6 Unspecified 

12 Unspecified 

* 2 23 

Bi Kungl. Fysiografiska sallskapet, Lund, 
by 20 February 

(A 872) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Valhallavagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Fredrik Bjorn 

Fredrik Bjorn Scholarship 
I Engineering 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to young Swedish engineers. 
6 Unspecified 
O Unspecified 

* Unspecified * 8 

B Kgl. Tekniska Hogskolan, Valhall- 
avagen 79, Stockholm 

(A 873) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Valhalla vagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: H. T. Cedergren 

H. T. Cedergren Fund 
tt Electrical engineering 
9 Unrestricted 



JR. Available to Swedish nationals; must 
have degree in electrical engineerbin 
and have been practising for between 
2 and 5 years; must show outstanding 
ability and must intend to continue 
practising in Sweden. 

6 Unspecified 

I Unspecified 

* Unspecified 

Kgl. Tekniska Hdgskolan, Valhall- 
avagen 79, Stockholm 

(A 874) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Valhallavagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Augusta Lindstrand 

Otto and Augusta Lindstrand Scholar* 

ships 
tt Industrial engineering 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals having 
a degree from the Royal Technical 
College; must intend to work in Swedish 
industry. 

<& Unspecified 

Unspecified 

A Unspecified * 8 

m Kgl. Tekniska Hogskolan, Vaihall- 
aviigen 79, Stockholm 

(A 875) 
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 

Valhallavagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Emma Wilhelmina Lindstrom 
P. F. Lindstrora Scholarship 

tt Engineering, preferably mechanical 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish engineers having 
a degree from the Royal Technical 
College, preferably in mechanical engi- 
neering. 

<5 Approx. 3,000 Sw.kr. 

S 2 years 

K 1 every 3 years 

Bi Kgl. Tekaiska Hogskolan, Valhallava- 
gen 79, Stockholm 

(A 876) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Valhallavagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Carl Nystromer 

Carl Nystromer Fund 
tt Road construction and hydraulie 

eiifjinecring 
$ Unrestricted 
JH Available to young Swedish engineers 

having a degree in the subject of study 

from the Royal Technical College. 
5 Unspecified 
Unspecified 

Unspecified a 8 

Bi Kgl Tekniska Hogskolan, Valhallava- 
gen 79, Stockholm 



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(A 877) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Valhallavagen 79, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: (a) Knut and Amalia Sty fife 

(b) Johan Danielson 

(a) Knut and Amalia Styffe Scholarship 

(b) Johan Danielson Scholarship 
tt Industrial engineering 

9 Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals having 
a degree from the Royal Technical 
College or, for (a), about to have such 
a degree; recipients should intend to 
work in Sweden in some branch of 
industrial production which has not 
before been developed in Sweden. 

^ Unspecified 

US. Unspecified 

H Unspecified 2 * 

Kgl. Tekniska Hogskolan, Valhallava- 
gen 79, Stockholm 

(A 878) 

ROYAL MEDICAL BOARD, Vallinga- 
tan 2, Stockholm 3, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 
Fellowships for Psychiatrists 
tt Psychiatry 

Unrestricted, subject to approval of 
the Board 

Jl Available to Swedish physicians who 

have a training in psychiatry. 
& Total amount for awards is 10,000 Sw.kr. 
SI Variable 

Unspecified 

Kungl. Medicinalstyrelsen, Vallingatan 
2, Stockholm, by 15 September 

(A 879) 
ROYAL SCHOOL OF FORESTRY, 

Experimentalfaltet, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Albert Nestor Cedergren 
Albert Nestor Cedergren Travel Scholar- 
ship 

tt Forestry 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to male Swedish nationals; 
must have passed civiljdgmdstare ex- 
amination withiD last 2 years. 

4 1,000 Sw.kr. 

5 Unspecified 

fl 1 every 2 years 8 

HI Rektor, Skogshogskolan Experimental- 
faltet, Stockholm 

(A 880) 

ROYAL SCHOOL OF FORESTRY, 
Experimentalfaltet, Stockholm, Sweden 

Nils Delin Scholarship 
tt Language and business technics 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to male Swedish nationals; 
award is made to a student at the 
Forestry High School who has just 
passed civiljdgmdstare examination and 
who shows most ability to learn lan- 



guage and business technics. 
& Approx. 1,500 Sw.kr. 
ffi Unspecified 
1 every 5 years 
Bi Rektor, Skogshogskolan Experiment- 

alfaltet, Stockholm 



(A 881) 
OF 



ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY 
ENGINEERING SCIENCES, Box 5073, 
Stockholm 5, Sweden 

Donor: Axel Melander 

Axel Melander Fund 
tt Engineering sciences 
Unrestricted 
Jft Available to young Swedish nationals; 

must have degree in engineering. 
& Approx. 3,000 Sw.kr. 
X Unspecified 
* 1 
B Ingeniorsvetenskapsakademien, Box 

5073, Stockholm 5 

(A 882) 

ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY OF 
ENGINEERING SCIENCES, Box 5073, 
Stockholm 5, Sweden 

Donor: John Davidsson 

John Davidsson's Fund 
tt Metallurgy 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to Swedish nationals, prefer- 

ably persons who have carried out higher 

studies in metallurgy. 
& Approx. 4,300 Sw.kr. 
BI Unspecified 
ft 1 approx. every 5 years 
H Ingeniorsvetenskapsakademien, Box 

5073, Stockholm 5 

(A 883) 

ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE, 
Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Lars Jacobi 

Jacobi Scholarship 
tt Veterinary medicine 
Unrestricted 
Jl Available to young Swedish nationals 

who are qualified in veterinary medicine. 
& 2,250 Sw.kr. 
BI Unspecified 
A 1 every 3 or 4 years (next available 

in 1953-54) 
BB Kgl. Veterinarhogskolan, Stockholm 

(A 884) 

SCANDINAVIAN BANK LTD., Nota- 
riatavdelningen, Malmo, Sweden 

Scandinavian Bank's 1931 Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals; age 
over 21; must have degree from (a) the 
manager's course at the agricultural 
institute at Alnarp or the commercial or 
technical secondary schools in Malmo 



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or Halsingborg, or (b) the agricultural 
high school at Ultima or the commercial 
or technical high schools in Stockholm 
or Gothenburg and in addition have 
been admitted to these institutions of 
higher education through a certificate 
from a secondary school in Skane. 

& 2,500 to 5,000 Sw.kr. 

S Minimum 6 months l 

* Unspecified a s 

Skandinaviska Banken Aktiebolag, 
Notariatavdelningen, Malmo 

(A 885) 

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS, 
Mastersamuelsgatan 44, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

(a) Claes Adelskold Scholarships ; (b) The- 
rese and Otto Gustaf Boberg Scholarships 
flft Arts and crafts 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have completed their training in the 
Advanced Arts and Crafts School; for 
(a) must have good knowledge of 
English, French and German. 

A Variable 

1 Unspecified 

(a) 2 2 3 ; (b) 2 2 8 

Konstfackskolan, Mastersamuelsgatan 
44, Stockholm 

(A 886) 

SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF 

SWEDEN, Sveavagen 68, Stockholm, 

Sweden 

Albin Hansson Memorial Fund 

tt Mainly social, political or interna- 
tional subjects 

4& Unrestricted 

M Available to young Swedish nationals 
of good scholastic ability. 

<S 200 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 

Variable l 

A Unspecified a 8 

H Socialdemokratiska Partistyelsen, Svea- 
vagen 68, Stockholm 

(A 887) 

STATE FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTI- 
TUTE, Experimentalfaltet, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Forestry Research Awards 
M Forestry 

Unrestricted 

JiL Available to Swedish nationals who 
are qualified to undertake advanced 
research work in forestry. 

^ Unspecified 

B Unspecified 

fc Unspecified 2 s 



Hi Mr. Alf Allard, Statens Skogforsknings- 
institut, Experimentalfaltet, Stockholm 

(A 888) 
STATE RAILWAYS, Stockholm, Sweden 

Travel Scholarships 
tt Foreign languages 
France, Germany, United Kingdom 
M Available to Swedish nationals who 

are employed by the State Railways. 
*5 Salary and transportation plus 1,000 

Sw.kr. if married or 600 Sw.kr. if single 
D Maximum 2 months 

* Approx. 30 2 3 

El Kungl. Jarnvtigsstyrelsen, Stockholm, 
in the autumn 

(A 889) 

STATE RAILWAYS, Stockholm, Sweden 
Travel Scholarships 

tt Foreign languages and travel condi- 
tions abroad 

4& Unrestricted 

M. Available to Sivedish nationals who 
are employed by State travel bureaux. 

$ Salary and transportation plus 600 Sw. 
kr. if married or 350 Sw.kr. if single 

B[ Minimum 3 weeks 

* 10 23 

H Kungl. Jiirnvagsstyrelsen, Stockholm 

(A 890) 

STATE RAILWAYS OFFICERS* UNION, 

Bryggargatari 12 A, Stockholm, Sweden 
Scholarship 

M llailway work 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals, gener- 
ally men; must be members of the 
State Railways Officers' Union i.e. 
have good education and hold position 
of some authority on the state railways. 

& 500 Sw.kr. 

ffi Unspecified 

* 1 a 8 

19 Statens Jarnvagars Befalsforbund, 
Bryggargatan 12A, Stockholm, by 1 April 

(A 891) 

STATE TECHNICAL RESEARCH COUN- 
CIL, Grev Turegatan 14, Stockholm 5, 
Sweden 

Grants 
M Technical science 

* Unrestricted 

M Generally available to Swedish nation- 
als but a limited number of foreign 
guest-lecturers have been invited to 
Sweden; must have academic degree in 
technical science equivalent of civilinge- 
jdrsexamen and have recognized practi- 
cal experience. 

4 500 to 10,000 Sw.kr. 



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I Usually 1 to 12 months 
* Approx. 15 * 

Statens Tekniska Forskningsrad, Grev 
Turegatan 14, Stockholm 5 

(A 892) 

STOCKHOLM CITY APPRENTICE 
SCHOOLS, Polhemsgatan 35, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Anders Granholm 

Travel Scholarship 
tt Subject connected with recipient's trade 

(see below) 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish mechanics, 
instrument makers, electricians, copper- 
smiths, tinsmiths, platers and smiths 
who have attended Stockholm City 
Apprentice Schools or corresponding 
private or state-sponsored schools in 
Sweden, to enable them to study abroad. 

4 1,400 Sw.kr. 

I 3 months to 1 year 

1 8 

Stockholms stads larlings- och yrkes- 
skolstyrelse, Polhemsgatan 35, Stock- 
holm, by 31 May 

(A 893) 

STOCKHOLM COMMERCIAL INSTI- 
TUTE "Frans Schartaus Handelsinstitut", 
Stigbergsgatan 26, Stockholm, Sweden 
Scholarship 

II Commerce 

As decided by the College Board 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have honours-leaving certificate from 
Stockholm Commercial Institute; 
awards are to enable recipients to 
obtain practical office experience abroad. 

<S 2,500 Sw.kr. 

5 12 months * 

* 1 2 

Bi Stockholms Handelsgymnasium "Frans 
Schartaus Handelsinstitut", Stigbergs- 
gatan 26, Stockholm 

(A 894) 

STOCKHOLM COMMERCIAL INSTI- 
TUTE, "Frans Schartaus Handelsinrtitut", 
Stigbergsgatan 26, Stockholm, Sweden 
Stockholm Merchant's Society Scholar- 
ship 

tt Commercial practices abroad 
Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of Sweden. 
45 2,500 Sw.kr. 
X 12 months 

* 1 

Bi Stockholms Handelsgymnasium "Frans 
Schartaus Handelsinstitut", Stigbergs- 
gatau 26, Stockholm 



(A 895) 

STOCKHOLM POLYTECHNIC COL- 
LEGE (Stockholms Borgarskola), Kung- 
stensgatan 4, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Axel N. Andersson 
Axel N. Andersson Travel Scholarships 
tt Handicrafts 
Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be employed in handicraft work and 
must be pupils of Stockholm Poly- 
technic College. 
<S 850 Sw.kr. 
IS Unspecified 

* 3 

Stockholms Borgarskola, Kungstena- 
gatan 4, Stockholm 

(A 896) 
STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 

Sveaviigen 65, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Louis Fraenckel 
Louis Fraenckel Scholarship 

tt Commercial studies 

<B Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals; age 
over 21; employees of AB Stockholms 
Handelsbank are given preference over 
candidates of equal competence. 

& 3,000 to 6,000 Sw.kr. 

HL Unspecified 

A Unspecified * 8 

H Handelshogskolan, Sveavagen 65, Stock- 
holm 

(A 897) 
STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 

Sveaviigen 65, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Per Eriksson 

P. Eriksson Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 
Unrestricted 
JH Awarded to the graduate of Stockholm 

School of Economics who shows most 

promise in his work. 
^i Variable 
12 Unspecified 

* 1 or 2 2 8 

H Handelshogskolan, Sveavagen 65, Stock- 
holm 

(A 898) 

STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 
Sveavagen 65, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: (a) Herman Friedlander (b) Carl 

Silfven Scholarship 

(a) Herman Friedla'nder Scholarship 

(b) Carl Silfven Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 

fy Unrestricted 

A Available to talented and promising 

graduates of Stockholm School of 

Economics. 
^ (a) Variable 

(b) 3,000 Sw.kr. or more if studies are 

undertaken in a non-European country 



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B (a) Unspecified; (b) 12 months 
* (a) 1 ; (b) Unspecified 

* Handelshftgskolan, Sveavagen 65, Stock- 
holm 

(A 899) 
STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 

Sveavagen 65, Stockholm, Sweden 

honors: (a) C. F. Liljewalch Jr. (b) Emil 
Hellstrom 

(a) C. F. Liljewalch Jr. Scholarship 

(b) Emil Hellstrom Scholarship 
tt Commercial studies 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to students and graduates of 

Stockholm School of Economics. 
& Unspecified 
B Unspecified 

* (a) Unspecified * 3 ; (b) 1 * 

B Handelshogskolan, Sveavagen 65, Stock- 
holm 

(A 900) 

STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF SOCIAL 

WORK, Odengatan 61, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Professor Gfista Bagge 
G6sta Bagge Scholarship 

tt Social work and municipal admini- 
stration 

^ Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish students or 
graduates of the Stockholm School of 
Social Work who intend to do research 
in the subjects of study. 

A Approx. 1,800 Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified 

fc 1 (award is given every year but is 
available for study abroad only every 
second year) 

Socialinstitutet i Stockholm, Odengatan 
61, Stockholm, by 15 November 

(A 901) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Sigrid Arrhenius 
Sigrid Arrhenius Scholarship 
tt Physics, chemistry, mathematics, 

astronomy, geology, meteorology 
$ Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
are promising scientists, to enable them 
to write a thesis for their doctor's 
degree at the University of Stockholm. 
3 4,800 Sw.kr. 
B 1 academic year * 

* 1 

B8 Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 February 



(A 902) 
UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 

ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Gerard de Geer 
Gerard de Geer Scholarship 

tt Quaternary geological research 

4$ Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish students or 
younger scientists at the Geological 
Institute of the University of Stock- 
holm 

& Variable 

B 1 academic year * 

A 1 or 2 awards are given when recjuired 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm 

(A 903) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Axel Lagrelius 
Axel Lagrelius Fund for Geographical 
Research 

tt Geographical research 
Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish students of 
geography at the University of Stock- 
holm. 

& Unspecified 
B 1 academic year l 

* 3 2 8 

H Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm 

(A 904) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Wilhclm Leche 

Wilhelm Leche Scholarship 
tt Zoology 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish students and 
younger scientists who have studied 
at the Zootomic Institute of the Univer- 
sity of Stockholm for at least 1 year. 

<S 640 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year * 

* 1 2 8 

M Maternatisk-naturvetenskapliga Fakul- 
teten, Stockholms Hogskola, Drot- 
tninggatan 116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 905) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: C. F. Liljewalch Jr. 
C. F. Liljewalch Jr. Travel Scholarships 
tt Scientific studies and research work 
Unrestricted 

JR, Available to Swedish nationals who 
have studied for at least 2 terms at the 
University of Stockholm and who belong 
to the Mathematic and Natural Science 



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Faculty; award is to enable recipients 
to carry out scientific studies and 
research work at universities and 
similar institutions or to undertake 
exploration expeditions for a scientific 
purpose. 

A Total of 14,000 Sw.kr. is given for 
awards 

B 1 academic year 1 

* 5 to 10 2 8 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm 

(A 906) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: A. E. W. Smitt 
A. E. W. Smitt Scholarships 
III Scieiitilie research in organic or analytic 
chemistry, fermentative chemistry, bac- 
teriology, physics, or chemistry of the 
atmosphere and the sea 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Swedish nationals who 
are students or younger teachers at the 
University of Stockholm and who do not 
hold any other scholarship. 

& 1 of 950 Sw.kr. and 1 of 900 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year l 

* 2 * 8 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 907) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Erik Johan Ljungberg 
Erik Johan Ljungberg Scholarship 
Ml Economic* 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish students at the 
University of Stockholm, preferably 
those who have had their homes in the 
provinces of Viistmanland or Dalarna 
or who attended secondary schools in 
these provinces. 

A 3,000 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year 1 

* 1 a 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 908) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: Johan and Johanna Hakansson 
Johan and Johanna Hakansson Schol- 
arships 
tt Advanced university studies 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to students of the University 
of Stockholm to enable them to carry 
out advanced studies at a foreign 
university. 

& Total of 2,700 Sw.kr. is given for awards 

B 1 academic year * 

Jl Approx. 4 8 8 



Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by U April 

(A 909) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donors: Tor and Agnes Lamberg 
Tor and Agnes Lamberg Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to promising young students 
at the University of Stockholm and to 
persons who have just taken their 
master's or doctor's degree there, to 
enable them to continue their studies. 

& Total of 1,200 Sw.kr. is given for awards 

B 1 academic year * 

I 23 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 910) 

"STOCKHOLMS-TIDNINGEN", Vattu- 
gatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 

Awards 
tt Foreign languages, especially French 

* Unrestricted, but preferably French- 
speaking countries 

Jl Available to nationals of Sweden who 
are employed by "Stockholms-Tid- 
ningen"; must have a good knowledge 
of the foreign language to be studied. 
Awards are made in order to have staff 
editors of "Stockholms-Tidningen" 
improve their knowledge of foreign 
languages to facilitate their work as 
newspapermen. 

<$ 750 Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified 

* 2 2 

"Stockholms-Tidningen", Vattugatan 
12, Stockholm 

(A 911) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: Various banks, industries, etc. 

Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 

e U.S.A. 

jft Available to Swedish nationals; age 
limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 
advanced studies. 

4 $1,000 to $2,000 

B 6 months 

* Approx. 15 to 20 a 8 

H Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to 15 October 

(A 912) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donors: (a) Anders Zorn; 

(b) J. S. Edstrom; 

(c) J. P. Seeburg 



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(a) Anders Zorn Fellowship 

(b) J. S. Edstrom Fellowship 

(c) J. P. Seeburg Fellowship 
tt Science 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to Swedish nationals; age 

limit for (a) 45, for (b) and (c) 35; 

must be qualified to undertake advanced 

studies in science. 
4$ Approx. $1,000 
E 6 months 

* (a) 1 * 8 ; (b) 1 * 8 ; (c) 1 * 8 

fli Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to Id October 

(A 913) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Co-operative Society of Sweden 
Co-operative Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 

* U.S.A. 

JS. Available to Sivedish nationals; age 
limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 
advanced studies. 

4$ Approx. $1,000 

E 6 months 

* 1 2 8 

9 Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 Sep- 
tember to 15 October 

(A 914) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Allmanna Svenska Elektriska 

Aktiebolaget, Viisteras 

Asea Fellowship 
tt Electro-technical studies 

* U.S.A. 

JL Available to Swedish nationals; age 
limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 
advanced studies in electro-technics. 

45 Approx. $1,000 

21 6 months 

* 1 23 

B Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to 15 October 

(A 915) 

SWEDISH ACADEMY, Borshuset, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donor: Bernhard von Beskow 

Beskow Travel Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
$ Unrestricted 
Jtt Available to Swedish nationals; award 

is to enable deserving men and women 

of letters, who have no private means, to 

travel for purposes of study. 
*S 3,500 Sw.kr. 



I Unspecified 

* 1 

Swedish Academy, Borshuset, Stock- 
holm 

(A 916) 

SWEDISH AGRICULTURAL EM- 
PLOYEES ASSOCIATION, Jakobsgatan 
20, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Gullviks Fabriks AB 

Gullviks Study Scholarship 
tt Agricultural subjects 
^ Unrestricted 
Jl Available to Swedish nationals who 

have studied at a school of agriculture; 

must have been member of the Swedish 

Agricultural Employees Association for 

at least 2 years. 
& 1,500 Sw.kr. 
B 1 year * 

* 1 a 

Ei Svenska Lantbrukstjanstemannafor- 
bundet, Jakobsgatan 20, Stockholm, 
by the end of February 

(A 917) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF BOOK- 
SHOP ASSISTANTS, Luntmakaregatan 
15, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: (a) Albert Bonniers, Forlag 

(b) J. A. W. Lindmasson 

(a) Albert Bonnier's Centenary Travel 
Grants; (b) J. A. W. Lindmasson Travel 
Scholarship 

tt Book trade 

Unrestricted 

JR. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have spent 4 years in the book trade 
and who are members of the Swedish 
Association of Bookshop Assistants; 
age over 18. 

4l (a) 300 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 

(b) 375 Sw.kr. 

X (a) 3 months; (b) 1 year l 

* (a) 7 2 3 ; (b) 1 2 8 

H Svenska Bokhandels-Medhjiilpare-Fore- 
ningen, Luntmakaregatan 15, Stock- 
holm, by 31 January 

(A 918) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF BOOK- 
SHOP ASSISTANTS, Luntmakaregatan 
15, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Harry Martinson 

Harry Martinson Travel Scholarship 
tt Hook trade 
$ Scandinavian countries 
JR Available to Swedish nationals who 

are members of the Swedish Association 

of Bookshop Assistants; age over 18. 
4$ 1,000 Sw.kr. 
X 2 months 

* 1 



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Faculty; award is to enable recipients 
to carry out scientific studies and 
research work at universities and 
similar institutions or to undertake 
exploration expeditions for a scientific 
purpose. 

4 Total of 14,000 Sw.kr. is given for 
awards 

B 1 academic year l 

* 5 to 10 a 3 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm 

(A 906) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: A. E. W. Smitt 
A. E. W. Smitt Scholarships 
M Scientific research in organic or analytic 
chemistry, fermentative chemistry, bac- 
teriology, physics, or chemistry of the 
atmosphere and the sea 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
are students or younger teachers at the 
University of Stockholm and who do not 
hold any other scholarship. 

& I of 950 Sw.kr. and 1 of 900 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year l 

2 8 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 907) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Erik Johan Ljungberg 
Erik Johan Ljungberg Scholarship 
Ml Economics 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish students at the 
University of Stockholm, preferably 
those who have had their homes in the 
provinces of Vastmanland or Dalarna 
or who attended secondary schools in 
these provinces. 

A 3,000 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year l 

1 a 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 908) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: Johan and Johanna Hakansson 
Johan and Johanna Hakansson Schol- 
arships 
II Advanced university studies 

Unrestricted 

M Available to students of the University 
of Stockholm to enable them to carry 
out advanced studies at a foreign 
university. 

A Total of 2,700 Sw.kr. is given for awards 

B 1 academic year l 

A Approx. 4 a 8 



Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 909) 

UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, Drott- 
ninggatan 116, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donors: Tor and Agnes Lamberg 
Tor and Agnes Lamberg Scholarship 
M Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

M. Available to promising young students 

at the University of Stockholm and to 

persons who have just taken their 

master's or doctor's degree there, to 

enable them to continue their studies. 

^ Total of 1,200 Sw.kr. is given for awards 

B 1 academic year l 

* I 28 

Stockholms Hogskola, Drottninggatan 
116, Stockholm, by 15 April 

(A 910) 

"STOCKHOLMS-TIDNINGEN", Vattu- 
gatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden 

Awards 
tt Foreign languages, especially French 

Unrestricted, but preferably French- 
speaking countries 

Jft Available to nationals of Sweden who 
are employed by "Stockholms-Tid- 
ningen"; must have a good knowledge 
of the foreign language to be studied. 
Awards are made in order to have staff 
editors of "Stockholms-Tidningen" 
improve their knowledge of foreign 
languages to facilitate their work as 
newspapermen. 

& 750 Sw.kr. 

B Unspecified 

2 a 

"Stockholms-Tidmngen", Vattugatan 
12, Stockholm 

(A 911) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: Various banks, industries, etc. 

Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted 

U.S.A. 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals; age 
limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 
advanced studies. 

6 $1,000 to $2,000 

B 6 months 

* Approx. 15 to 20 8 8 

B Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to 15 October 

(A 912) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donors: (a) Anders Zorn; 

(b) J. S. Edstrom; 

(c) J. P. Seeburg 



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(a) Anders Zorn Fellowship 

(b) J. S. EdstrSm Fellowship 

(c) J. P. Seeburg Fellowship 
HI Science 

* U.S.A. 

M. Available to Swedish nationals; age 
limit for (a) 45, for (b) and (c) 35; 
must be qualified to undertake advanced 
studies in science. 

45 Approx. $1,000 

H 6 months 

* (a) 1 2 3 ; (b) 1 * 8 ; (c) 1 * 

EH Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to 15 October 

(A 913) 
SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 

Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor; Co-operative Society of Sweden 

Co-operative Fellowship 
Hi Unrestricted 
U.S.A. 
JS, Available to Swedish nationals; age 

limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 

advanced studies. 
45 Approx. $1,000 
2 6 months 

* 1 2 3 

9 Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 Sep- 
tember to 15 October 

(A 914) 

SWEDEN-AMERICA FOUNDATION, 
Grevturegatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Allmanna Svenska Elektriska 

Aktiebolaget, Vasteras 

Asea Fellowship 
tt Electro-technical studies 
U.S.A. 
Jti Available to Swedish nationals; age 

limit 35; must be qualified to undertake 

advanced studies in electro-technics. 
& Approx. $1,000 
BE 6 months 

* 1 * ' 

B Sverige-Amerika Stiftelsen, Grevture- 
gatan 16, Stockholm, from 15 September 
to 15 October 

(A 915) 

SWEDISH ACADEMY, Borshuset, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donor: Bernhard von Beskow 

Beskow Travel Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
A Available to Swedish nationals; award 

is to enable deserving men and women 

of letters, who have no private means, to 

travel for purposes of study. 
45 3,500 Sw.kr. 



M Unspecified 
* 1 

Swedish Academy, Borshuset, Stock* 
holm 

(A 916) 

SWEDISH AGRICULTURAL EM- 
PLOYEES ASSOCIATION, Jakobsgatan 
20, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Gullviks Fabriks AB 

Gullviks Study Scholarship 
tt Agricultural subjects 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have studied at a school of agriculture; 
must have been member of the Swedish 
Agricultural Employees Association for 
at least 2 years. 

45 1,500 Sw.kr. 

B[ 1 year x 

* 1 * 8 

Svenska Lantbrukstjanstemannafor- 
bundet, Jakobsgatan 20, Stockholm, 
by the end of February 

(A 917) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF BOOK- 
SHOP ASSISTANTS, Luntmakaregatan 
15, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: (a) Albert Bonniers, Forlag 

(b) J. A. W. Lindmasson 

(a) Albert Bonnier's Centenary Travel 
Grants; (b) J. A. W. Lindmasson Travel 
Scholarship 

tt Book trade 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
have spent 4 years in the book trade 
and who are members of the Swedish 
Association of Bookshop Assistants; 
age over 18. 

45 (a) 300 to 1,500 Sw.kr. 

(b) 375 Sw.kr. 

B[ (a) 3 months; (b) 1 year * 

* (a) 7 2 3 ; (b) 1 2 * 

Svenska Bokhandels-Medhjalpare-Fore- 
ningen, Luntmakaregatan 15, Stock- 
holm, by 31 January 

(A 918) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF BOOK- 
SHOP ASSISTANTS, Luntmakaregatan 
15, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Harry Martinson 

Harry Martinson Travel Scholarship 
tt Hook trade 
<$ Scandinavian countries 
M Available to Swedish nationals who 

are members of the Swedish Association 

of Bookshop Assistants; age over 18. 
45 1,000 Sw.kr. 
X 2 months 

* 1 



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Svenska Bokhandeh-Medhjalpare-Fore- 
ningen, Luntmakaregatan 15, Stock* 
holm, by 31 January 

(A 919) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF BOOK- 
SHOP ASSISTANTS, Luntmakaregatan 

15, Stockholm, Sweden 

AB. P. A. Norstedtand Soners-Esseltes 
Scholarship 
II Book trade 

Unrestricted 

Jfc Available to Swedish nationals who have 
4pent 4 years in the hook trade and who 
are members of the Swedish Association 
of Bookshop Assistants; age 18 to 35. 

4 1,200 Sw.kr. 

fl 4 months * 

A 1 

Svenska Bokhandels-Medhjalpare-Fore- 
ningen, Lutmakaregatan 15, Stock- 
holm, by 31 January 

(A 920) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF JOURNA- 
LISTS, Drottninggatan 16, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Travel Grants 
II Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to Swedish journalists who 

are members of the Association. 
*S Unspecified; 2,000 Sw.kr. are available 

each year to be divided between 2 to 

4 candidates 
M Minimum 1 month 

2 to 4 * 

Svenska Journalistforbundet, Drott- 
ninggatan 16, Stockholm, by 1 May 

(A 921) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF NEWS- 
PAPER PUBLISHERS, Drottninggatan 

16, Stockholm, Sweden 
Travel Scholarships 

II Economic or editorial newspaper 
questions 

Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish journalists, 
preferably employed in the editorial 
or economic departments of a news- 
paper. 

4 800 Sw.kr. 

E Unspecified 

1 * 

B Svenska Tidningsutgivareforcningen, 
Drottninggatan 16, Stockholm, by 1 May 

(A 922) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF PHYSI- 
CIANS, Klara Ostra Kyrkogata 10, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

(a) Berzelius Scholarship 

(b) Carin Trygger Travel Scholarship 
II (a) Medical chemistry 

(b) Tuberculosis research 



Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 

are members of the Swedish Association 

of Physicians. 
& Unspecified 
TS. Minimum 2 months 
A (a) 1 every 4 years starting 1951 

(b) 1 every 4 years starting 1952 
B Svenska Lakare Siillskapet, Klara Ostra 

Kyrkogata 10, Stockholm, between J 

October and 1 November 

\A 923) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF PHYSI- 
CIANS, Klara Ostra Kyrkogata 10, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donor: (a) and (b) Emelie Retzius 

(a) Anders Retzius Scholarship I 

(b) Anders Retzius Scholarship II 

(c) Pasteur Scholarship 

II (a) Anatomy ; (b) I'h.xsioinfjy ; (c)Bae- 
teriology and hyfjieiic 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the Swedish Association 
of Physicians. Awards are intended to 
promote research in the subjects of 
study. 

& Variable 

SI (a) and (b) Unspecified 
(c) Minimum 3 months 

fc (a) 1 every 2 years a 

(b) 1 every 2 years 8 

(c) 1 every 2 years 8 

B Svenska Lakare Siillskapet, Klara Ostra 
Kyrkogata 10, Stockholm, betiveen 
1 October and 1 November 

(A 924) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF PHYSI- 
CIANS, Klara Ostra Kyrkogata 10, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donors: Ernst and Jenny Reuterskiold 
Ernst Reuterskiold Travel Scholarship 
tt Surgery 
Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish doctors of medi- 
cine or licentiates of medicine. 
<$ Variable; approx. 1,200 Sw.kr. 
Minimum 2 months 

fc 1 2 (every 4th year there is no award) 
E8 Svenska Lakare Siillskapet, Klara Ostra 
Kyrkogata 10, Stockholm, between 1 
October and 1 November 

(A 925) 

SWEDISH ASSOCIATION OF PHYSI- 
CIANS, Klara Ostra Kyrkogata 10, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Donor: Josua Tillgren 
Maria Sjukhus Scholarship 

tt Internal medicine 

G Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the Swedish Association 
of Physicians; preference given to 



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active or former assistant physicians at 

the Maria Hospital or the As6 Hospital 

in Stockholm. 

<5 Variable; approx. 575 Sw.kr. 
X Unspecified 
fc 1 every 2 years * 
B Svenska La'kare Sallskapet, Klara Ostra 

Kyrkogata 10, Stockholm, between 1 Oc- 

tober and 1 November 

(A 926) 

SWEDISH AUTHORS' SOCIETY, 
Skeppsbron 10, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Hans Hartvig Seedorff-Pedersen 
Denmark Scholarship 
tt Danish social and cultural conditions, 

etc. 

Denmark 
A Available to Swedish nationals who 

are recognized authors. 
& 2,000 D.kr. plus books to value of 
500 D.kr. contributed by Danish pub- 
lishers 

5 Unspecified 

* 1 2 8 

B Sverigcs Forfattareforening, Skeppsbron 
10, Stockholm 

(A 927) 

SWEDISH BANK EMPLOYEES' UNION 
(SBmf), Riddargatan 12, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Swedish Bank Employees' Union Schol- 
arship 
tt Subjects which will benefit recipient's 

work 

$ Unrestricted 

A Available to members of the Swedish 
Bank Employees' Union. 

6 200 to 1,000 Sw.kr. 
D Unspecified * 

* Approx. 5 2 s 

EB Svenska Bankmannafdrbundet, Riddar- 
gatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 928) 

SWEDISH CLERKS' UNION, Apclbergs- 

gatan 58, III, Stockholm C, Sweden 
Donor: C. F. Liljewalch Jr. 
Swedish Clerks' Union Foreign Scholar- 
ship 

fit Mercantile studies 

Unrestricted 

A Available to male Swedish nationals; 
must be proficient clerk with at least 
2 years' practical exferieuce and be 
member of the Swedish Clerks' Union. 

& Maximum 3,000 Sw.kr. 

O Unspecified l 

ft Approx. 4 2 8 

B Sveriges Kontoristforening, Apclbergs- 
gatan 58, III, Stockholm C, by 1 
February 



(A 929) 

SWEDISH FACTORY WORKERS 
UNION, Barnhusgatan 16, Stockholm C, 
Sweden 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
A Available to members of the Swedish 

Factory Workers Union. 
<5 100 to 300 Sw.kr. 
O Unspecified 
ft Unspecified a * (Total amount given 

for awards is 1,000 Sw.kr.) 
IS Svenska Fabriksarbetareforbundet, 

Barnhusgatan 16, Stockholm C 

(A 930) 

SWEDISH FEDERATION OF GYM- 
NASTIC TEACHERS, Sweden 

Swi'di n Federation of Gymnastic Teach- 
ers Scholarship 
tt Physical training 
Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish gymnastic teach- 
ers; age 25 to 45. 
& 500 Sw.kr. 
S 1 year l 
ft 1 2 

B Captain J. Hakanson, Djursholm, by 
16 May 

(A 931) 
SWEDISH INSTITUTE IN ROME, Goth- 

enburg, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 
Scholarship at the Swedish Institute in 
Rome 

tt Classical subjects 

Italy: Sv\ edish Institute in Rome 

A Available to Swedish nationals; must 
be a teacher in a secondary school, and 
in academic degree have the highest 
marks in Latin and Greek (or possibly 
history of art) and have studied archaeo- 
logy. 

<S 1,400 Sw.kr. 

IS. Unspecified 

* 2 3 

OH Professor A. Boethius, Styrelsen for 
Svenska Institutet i Rom, Gothenburg 

(A 932) 

SWEDISH INSTITUTE IN ROME, Goth- 
enburg, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Scholarships at the Swedish Institute in 

Rome 

tt Classical philology 
Italy: Swedish Institute in Rome 
JH Available to Swedish nationals; must 

have highest marks (3 points) in Latin 

and Greek (or possibly history of art) 



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and have studied archaeology for 

academic degree. 

45 (a) 4,500 Sw.kr.; (b) 1,125 Sw.kr. 
X Unspecified 

* (a) 1 8 ; (b) 3 8 

B Professor A. Boethius, Styrelsen for 
Svenska Institute! i Rom, Gothenburg 

(A 933) 

SWEDISH INSTITUTE IN ROME, 
Gothenburg, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Scholarships at the Swedish Institute in 

Rome 

tt Classical archaeology 
41 Italy: Swedish Institute in Rome 
Jt Available to Swedish nationals; must 

have highest marks (3 points) in Latin 

and Greek (or possibly history of art) 

and have studied archaeology for 

academic degree. 

<S (a) 4,500 Sw.kr.; (b) 1,125 Sw.kr. 
1 (a) 1 term; (b) Unspecified 

* (a) 1 2 s ; (b) 3 2 

Hi Professor A. Boethius, Styrelsen for 
Svenska Institutet i Rom, Gothenburg 

(A 931) 

SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF OLEAGI- 
NOUS PLANTS, Hushallningssallskapet, 
Malmo, Sweden 

Donor: Philip Bonde 

Philip Bonde Travel Scholarship 
tt Plant breeding, preferably oil-bearing 

plant breeding or plant protection 
Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Sweden. 
A 3,000 Sw.kr. 
H Unspecified 

* I 23 

H Sveriges Oljevaxtodlares Centralforen- 
ing, Huskalmingssallskapet, Malmo, by 
10 February 

(A 935) 

SWEDISH INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 

Strandvagen 5 B, Stockholm, Sweden 
Swedish Insurance Association's Nordic 
Travel Grant 

tt Insurance 

<$ Denmark, Finland, Norway 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the Swedish Assurance 
Association or of the Insurance Society 
in Gothenburg; age 25 to 40; awards 
are carried out on an exchange basis 
with insurance companies in Copen- 
hagen, Helsinki arid Oslo and recipients 
carry out practical studies with an 
insurance company. 

*J 500 Sw.kr. 

H 3 weeks 

fc 6 * 3 (2 for each country) 

S Svenska Forsakringsforeningen, Strand- 
vagen 5 B, Stockholm, by 1 May 



(A 936) 

SWEDISH INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 
Strandvagen 5 B, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: The late Viktor Rub en son 
Rubensonska Travel Scholarship 
tt Insurance 

* Countries other than Scandinavian 
countries 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the Swedish Insurance 
Association; age 25 to 40; must have 
passed at least the Swedish matricula- 
tion examination and have been in the 
insurance business for at least 2 years; 
awards are to enable recipients to study 
insurance matters of uncommon occur- 
rence in a foreign country. 

& 650 Sw.kr. 

JS. 1 month 

fc 1 every 2 years 8 

H Svenska Fdrsakringsforeningen, Strand- 
vagen 5 B, Stockholm, by end October 

(A 937) 
SWEDISH INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 

Strandvagen 5 B, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Paul Bergholm 
Bergholm Travel Grant 

tt Insurance 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the Swedish Insurance 
Association; age 25 to 40; must have 
passed at least the Swedish matricula- 
tion examination and have been in the 
insurance business for at least 2 years. 

& 1,200 Sw.kr. 

1C 1 month 

* I 2 a 

B Svenska Forsakringsforeningen, Strand- 
vagen 5 B, Stockholm, by 31 March 

(A 938) 

SWEDISH IRON AND STEEL ASSO- 
CIATION, Kungstradgardsgatan 6, Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

(a) Jernkontoret Travel Scholarship 

(b) De Geer Scholarship Fund 
tt Mining and metallurgy 

<S& Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish mining or metal- 
lurgical engineers. 
& 1,000 to 3,000 Sw.kr. 
1C Usually 1 to 3 months 

* (a) 2 2 3 ; (b) 2 2 3 

Ei .Ternkontoret, Kungstradgardsgatan 6, 
Stockholm, by 15 February 

(A 939) 

SWEDISH MEDICAL RESEARCH 
COUNCIL, Uppsala, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Travel Grants 
tt Medical sciences 
Unrestricted 
A Available to Swedish nationals quali- 



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fied to undertake medical research 
work. 

5 Variable 

E Usually 6 months to 2 years * 

1 

HI Sekretariat, Statens Medicinska Fors- 
kningsrad, Uppsala 

(A 940) 

SWEDISH METAL INDUSTRY WORK- 
ERS' UNION, Barahusgatan 8-10, Stock- 
Holm, Sweden 

Scholarship for Study Abroad 
tt Trade unionism and industrial 

optimization 

Unrestricted (1 scholarship intended 
for study at the Scandinavian people's 
high school at Geneva, Switzerland) 

JA Available to members of the" Swedish 
Metal Industry Workers' Union who 
are active in the Swedish trade union 
movement. 

A 1,000 Sw.kr. 

I Unspecified 

| 4 2 S 

9 Svenska Metal! industriarbetareforlmn- 
dei, Barnhusgatan 8-10, Stockholm 

(A 941) 

SWEDISH MUSICIANS SOCIETY, 
UppJands^atan 4, Stockholm, Sweden 

Scholarships 
tt Instrumental studies for musicians 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish musicians who 
are members of the Swedish Musicians 
Society. 

J Maximum 800 Sw.kr. 

Unspecified 

1 Unspecified a 3 

!! Svenska Musikerforbundet, Upplands- 
gatan 4, Stockholm 

(A 942) 

SWEDISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS, VSrtra Trad- 
gajdsgatan 11 B, Stockholm, Sweden 

Scholarship for Training in X-ray Tech- 
niques 
tt Tuberculosis 

Unrestricted 

<& Available to Swedish physician*; on 
return to Sweden recipient must work 
for 1 year with the Government X-ray 
examination service. 

Ji Unspecified 

3S 2 years * 

6 Approx. 25 * 

i! Swedish National Association Against 
Tuberculosis, Vastra Triidgardsgatan 
11 B, Stockholm 



(A 943) 

SWEDISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

OF FIRE BRIGADES, Regeringsgatan 12, 

Stockholm, Sweden , 
Grants 

tt Fire-brigade defence 

Unrestricted 

M, Available to Swedish nationals having 
a good knowledge of languages and of 
fire brigade defence. 

Approx, 25 Sw.kr. per day plus trans- 
portation 

S I or 2 weeks 

i 1 or 2 * 8 

H Svenska Brandkarernas TRiksforbnind s 
Regeringsgatan 12, Stockholm 

(A 944) 

SWEDISH NATURAL SCIENCE RE- 
SEARCH COUNCIL, Bromma, Sweden 

Donor : Swedish Government 

Grants 
II Basic research in matlieioalies and 

naiurai sciences 
Unrestricted 
M Available to Swedish nationals who 

have sufficient scientific training to d 

research work in foreign laboratories* 
<& Variable 
S Unspecified 
A Unspecified a 3 
B Statens naturvetenskapliga forsknings- 

rad, Bromma 

(A 945) 

SWEDISH NORDEN ASSOCIATION* 
Vasagatan 52, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 

Scholarships 

$ Studies at people's colleges 
Sweden 
M Available to nationals of Denmark* 

Fiti!:at><! and Norway* to enable them 

to attend a peoples college in Sweden, 
$, Unspecified 
M Unspecified 
* 100 * 3 
91 Foreningen Norden, Vasagatan 52, 

Stockholm 

(A 946) 

SWEDISH NORDEN ASSOCIATION, 
Vasagatan 52, Stockholm, Sweden 
Donor: Swedish Government 
Scholarships 

H Studies at people's colleges 
@ Denmark, Finland, Norway 
M Available .to SvwIKsh nationals who 
have participated in a 1-year course at 
a Swedish people's college, to enable 
them to attend a people's college 
abroad. 
S Unspecified 



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M Unspecified 

* 30 a 

BS Fdreningen Norden, Vasagatan 52, 
Stockholm 

(A 947) 

SWEDISH NORDEN ASSOCIATION, 

Vasagatan 52, Stockholm, Sweden 
Ever .and Co. Scholarship 

m Unrestricted 

Denmark 

A Available to Swedish nationals to 
enable them to undertake research 
or scientific studies in Denmark. 

. Total amount for awards is I 9 500 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

* Usually 3 2 3 

S Fdreningen Norden, Vasagatan 52, 
Stockholm 

(A 948) 

SWEDISH NURSES ASSOCIATION, 
.Ostermalmsgatan 33, Stockholm, Sweden 

Florence Nightingale Scholarship 
M Subjects connected with public health 

or nursing services 
9 Unrestricted 
M Available to Swedish graduate nurses 

who have had practical nursing experi- 

ence in Sweden and who have taken 

the post-graduate course for teachers 

or administrators. 
S Approx. 11,000 Sw.kr. 
S 11 months i 
*':!. 
.Swedish Nurses Association, -Oster- 

malmsgatan 33, Stockholm 

(A 949) 

SWEDISH NURSES ASSOCIATION, 
Ostermalmsgatan 33, Stockholm, Sweden 

Scholarships , 

iH Nursing education 

Unrestricted 

<A Available to Swedish graduate nurses. 
$ (a) 2,300 Sw. kr. Transportation is paid 

by local branch pf Swedish Nurses 

Association 

(b) 2,000 Sw.kr. 
E Several months 
*. (a) 1 *; (b) 1 

Swedish Nurses Association, Oster- 
. malmsgataa 33, Stockholm 

, ' (A 950) 

SWEDISH NURSES ASSOCIATION, 
Ostermalmsgataa 33, Stockholm, Sweden 
Scholarship 



Swedish' Nurses Association* 

33, Stockholm 



' Sweden 

M Available 'to a German* nurse .to 
enable fier to take the teacher's 
course at the High School for Nurses 
in Stockholm. 

$ Maintenance and tuition 

JS 9 months 



(A 951) 
SWEDISH PHOTOGRAPHERS' ASSO- 

CIATION, Drottninggatan 55, Stockholm, 

Sweden 

England Scholarship 

Photography 
@ England 

M Available to Swedish photograpli&ri 
who are outstanding ia their field. 

& Approx. 1,400 Sw.kr. 

TS. Unspecified 

^ I * 3 

S Svenska Fotografernas Forbaad, Drott- 
tdnggataa 55, Stockholm 

(A 952) 

SWEDISH SOCIAL ' WELFARE ASSO- 
CIATION, Regeiingsgatan 54, Stockholm, 

Sweden 

Donor: Axel Hirsch 

Axel Hirseh Scholarship, [ 

H Social welfare 

^ Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are members of the staff of the Swedish 
Social Welfare Association to enable 
them to study social welfare institutions 
and organization abroad. 

<& Unspecified 

IS Unspecified 

1 Approx. i 2 a 

3 Svenska Socialvardsforbundet, Reger- 
ingsgatan 54, Stockholm 

(A 953) 

SWEDISH SOCIETY OF ARTS AND ' 
CRAFTS, Nybrogatan 7, Stockholm, 
Sweden . ' . 

Donors: (a) Knut and Therese Anders- 

son; .(b) Dr. Peter Beijer 

(a) Johan Aadersson Scholarships 

(b) Peter' Beijer Scholarship 
tt Arts and cs'alts 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish craftsmen to 
enable them to pnrstie professional 
skill abroad; age limit 29 for (a), 

4 (a) 800 Sw.kr.; (b) 1,000 Sw.kr. 
TS. (a) 2 months; (b) 6 weeks 

1 (a) 6 2 ; (b) 1 2 8 

DH Svenska Slojdforeningen, Nybrogatan' 7, . 
Stockholm, by 31 January 

(A 954) 

SWEDISH SOCIETY OF ARTS AND - 
GRAFTS, Nybxogatan 7, 'Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Donor: Mr. J. C. W. Hammelmais 
J. C. W. Hammelmaa ScJiolarslsip . 
ffi Arts and crafts 

_ Unrestricted , , . 
M, Available 1 to male .Swedish- "^ 



SWEDEN C0nfHiiMr 



. who have gone through Konsigfackskolen 

in Stockholm 5 age limit 25. 

S 600 Sw.kr* 
IS 3 months 
* I a 

E9 Sveaska Sldjdforeningen, Nyfaogataui 7, 
Stockholm, by 31 January 

(A 955) 

SWEDISH SOCIETY OF ARTS AND 
CRAFTS, Nybrogatan 7, Stockholm, 
Sweden 

Hans Oscar and Amalia Hnndgrist Sehol- 

arsliip 

80 Arts and craft 
Unrestricted 
fit Available to Swedish nationals who 

Jiave gone through Konssfaclsskolan 

m Stockholm. 
S 600 Sw.kr. 
K 5 weeks 
A 3 3 
a Svenska Slojcffdreningen, Nybrogataii 7, 

Stockholm, by 31 January 

(A 956) 

SWEDISH THEATRE ASSOCIATION, 
Sfbyllegatan 1, Stockholm, Sweden 

Donors: (a) Otto and Aana Elg-JLizndberg; 

(b) Goata Ekmaa 

Scholarships 
fl Tficsifr 
@ IJarestrlcted 
M Available to Swedisli nationals who 

have some theatrical experience, 
3 (a) 1,000 Sw.kr.; (b) 1,100 Sw.kr. 
2 Unspecified 
A (a) 1 2 ^; (b) 1 2 a 

5 Svenska Teaterforfecradet, Sibyllegataa 
I, Stockholm, in March 

(A 957) 

SWEDISH TRADE UNION FEDERA- 
TION, Barahnsgatan 18, Stockholm* 
Sweden 

ScholarsMps 

fit Social and eecuMmdle studies 
{ft* Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedll& nationals to 
enable them to study social and 
economic conditions in foreign coun- 
tries and to improve their knowledge 
of foreign languages. 

6 Unspecified 
BE Unspecified 

A Approx, 8 to 10 2 s 
W Landsorgaiiisationen i Sverige, Barnhns- 
gatan 18, Stockholm, by IS August 

(A- 958) 

SWEDISH UNION OF CLEBICAL AND 
TECHNICAL EMPLOYEES IN IND.US- 



TRY (SIF), Scheelegatan 24, Stoekfeolin S, 
Sweden 

SIF Scholarships 
89 Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

tt Available to Swedish nafclonals wh 
have been members of SIF for at 
least 2 years; age approx. 25 to 50; 
awards are intended to further recipi- 
ents* education In subjects connected 
with their work, 

S 500 to 2,500 Sw.kr. 

5 I year 1 

A Approx. 30 to 40 2 3 
S Svenska ladastritjansteiiiaima-Fos'biia- 

det, Sclieelegataa 24, Stocldiolm S, ijv 

1<5 March 

(A 959) 

SWEDISH UNION OP MUNICIPAL 
WORKERS, Vastmancagatan 4 9 Stock- 
holm, Sweden 

Scholarsiiips 

lUt Public administration 
Countries oilier than the Scaacliraaviaia 

countries 
A Available to members of the Swedish 

Union of Municipal Workers. 

6 Total of approx. 3,500 S.kr. is given 
for awards 

33 Unspecified; usually 1 to 3 weeks * 
$ Unspecified; approx. 3 2 3 

5 Svenska KommunalarbetarefftrbtnulGt, 
VasUnannagatan 4 9 Stoclhuim 

(A 9Ud) 

SWEDISH UNIOIS T OF MUNICIPAL 
WORKERS, Vastmannagatan 4, Stockholm^ 

Sweden 

Travel Graots 

IS Award is for travel 
France, United Kingdom 
JSL Available to members of the Swedish 
Union of Municipal Workers. 

6 'Covers transportation and maiateaane 
H Usually I to 3 weeks 

I Unspecified; approx. 10 2 s 
S3 S'vens.ka KommunalarbetarefQrbttiidtel, 
Vastmannagataa 4 T Stockliolm 

(A 961) 

TIDENS BOKFORLAGS AB, Svcavagen 
68, StockhoSm, Sweden 

Donors: Kelvin tlndemann aad Scsadi* 

nax'iao publishers 

Kelvin JLindemann Scholarship 
SH "General (|cH>j|raphical and emlterat 

conditions in country visited 
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, ,Koffway 

Sweden 
M. Available to nationals of Denmark,' 

Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden 

who are well-known authors; award is 



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SWEDEN Continued 



to enable them to make a study visit 
to another Scandinavian country. 

S Approx. 4,000 Sw.kr. 

JS Unspecified 

* I 

HI Tidens Bokforlags AB, Sveavagen 68, 
Stockholm 

(A 962) 

THE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLERY 

(Universitetskanslersambetet), Stockholm 

16, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Governinent 

State Scholarships for Young Scientists 

fit 8i< k iifo 

Unrestricted 

A Available to well qualified young 
&uw!ish scientists who will be able to 
carry out specialized scientific research 
abroad. 

^ (a) 3,250 Sw.kr. ; (b) 2,050 Sw.kr. 

H (a) Minimum 75 days 
(b) Minimum 45 days 

* (a) 3 * 3 ; (b) 5 a 3 

& The university in Gothenburg, Lund, 
Stockholm or Uppsala 

(A 963) 

THE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLERY 
(Universitetskanslersambetet), Stockholm 
16, ^wederi 

Donor: C. M. Lerici 

C. RL Lerici Travel Scholarship 
1 Mainly arl, archaeology, philology) 

literature 

Italy 

M Available to Swedish nationals who are 
students at Gothenburg, Lund, Stock- 
bofni or Uppsala University; must have 
knowledge of English, French and 
German and should preferably have 
some knowledge of Italian; recipient 
must "tudy at an Italian university for 
at lea^t 4 month?. Award is intended to 
strengthen cultural relations between 
Italy and Sweden. 

$ Unspecified 

HI Minimum 4 months 

1 1 * 3 

B Candidate's own university 

(A 964) 

THE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLERY 
(Universitetskanslersambetet), Stockholm 
16, Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Government 
State Scholarships for Scandinavian 
Assistant Teachers at Universities 
n IJiiw.NtrifU'd 
^ Sweden 

A Available to nationals of Denmark, 
FiitlttiMi. I\m*\viy : must have quali- 
fications equivalent to those of a Swedish 
assistant tearher at a university (cfocriu); 
recipient may be required to do some 
teaching work at the university where 
he is studying. 



A 8,600 Sw.kr. 
M I academic year 

* 3 as 

ES The university in Gothenburg, Lund, 

Stockholm or Uppsala 

(A 965) 

THE UNIVERSITY CHANCELLERY 

( Uoiversitetskanslersambetet), Stockholm 

16, Sweden 

Donor; Swedisa Government 
State Scholarships 

tt Selenee 

& Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals such 
as professors, demonstrators, teachers 
and head librarians at scientific insti- 
tutions in Sweden; age limit 65. 

& Approx. 1,500 to 1,600 Sw.kr. 

SI Minimum 25 days l 

* Approx. 35 2 3 

H Candidate's own university, by 1 April 

(A 966) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donors : Joan and Johanna Hakansson 
John and Johanna Hakansson Scholar- 
ship Fund 

tt Unr&strieted 

@ Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals; age 
under 27; must be ia need of financial 
assistance to travel abroad. 

& 1,000 to 3,000 Sw.kr. 

JS As decided by university authorities 

$ Unspecified a 8 

H Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 967) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 
Sweden 

Helmfelt Scholarship 
$1 As decided each year by the University 

authorities 
Unrestricted 
A Available to Swedish nationals; age 

20 to 35. 
& Unspecified 
IS. Unspecified 

A I 28 

a Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 968) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 
Sweden 

Donor: Anders Thua 

Thun Scholarship 

it Any subject other than medicine 
Unrestricted 
A Available to Swedish nationals who 

are students at Uppsala University} 

must have been born in Stockholm ox 

in the province of Smaland. 
4,000 Sw.kr. or, if necessary for comply- 

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X, 1 year 
t I every 2 years 
B Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 969) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY,. Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: P. von Asp 
Byzantin Scholarship 

tt' Mainly statistics and economies 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are teachers or students at Uppsala 
University; age 22 to 30; unmarried; 
must have spent 3 years at a Swedish 
university and at least 1 of these years 
at Uppsala University; must have passed 
cum laude in one of the three subjects of 
bachelor's degree; recipient; should 
intend to become a teacher. 

5 4,500 Sw.kr. 
H, 18 months 

t 1 every 3 years 
.HI Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 970) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: 'Sven Kristensson ' 
Sven Kristensson Scholarship 

tt Classical archaeology and the his- 
tory of classical antiquity, ' or history 
of art and theory of art. (If suitable 
candidates do not appear in above 
subjects award is given in Latin philo- 
logy and literature or Italian philology 
and literature) 

France, Greece, Italy 

fl Available to young Swedish nationals; 
must have taken one of the 'following 
degrees at Lund University or Uppsala 
University in one of the subjects of 
study: filosofie kandiddtexamen, filosofie 
magister examen, or filosofie licentiat 
examen. 

6 1,000 S.w.kr. 
E Unspecified 

'* 2 2 " ' ''/ 

IS Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala, by 15 
September 

(A 971) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 
Sweden 

Donor: Hilda Kumlin 

Hilda Kumlin Travel Scholarship 
tt Science of language 
Unrestricted 
M Available to -Swedish nationals wno are 

university lecturers in a science of 

language. 
<& Unspecified 
M Unspecified 



Jl Unspecified 8 3 . 

65 Uppsala Uaiversitet, Uppsala 

(A 972) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 
Sweden 

Donor: Florence Quensel 

Florence Quensel Scholarship for Women 

Students 

tt Humanistic or scicelillc studies 
United Kingdom 
A Available to Swedish nationals who 

are women students of at least -2 years* 

standing at Uppsala University. 
& Unspecified 
E Minim um 4 montbs * 
$ 1 every 4 years 
ES Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A '973) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, .. 

Sweden 

Donor: Henrik Fredrifc Sedernolm 
Sederholm Travel Scholarships 

tt Science _ , , .,. 

Unrestricted 

A Available to- Swedisli nationals who 
are outstanding scientists at Uppsala 
University, but not professors. 

tf (a) 3,300 Sw.kr.; (b) 2,400 Sw.kr. 

H (a) 1 year; (b) 38 weeks 

$ (a) 1 every 3 years 
(b) 1 every 3 years 

!i Uppsala Universitet,, Uppsala 

" (A 97.4) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: C. F. Liljewalch ' , 

C. F. Liljewalch Scholarship FiincI 

'tt Mathematics,' physics, chemisti^ 
mechanics and matheniaticai plsy- 
sics ; astronomy, meteorology; bot- 
any, zoology, otology ivithmiucralofly 
and fjeograpliy 

' Unrestricted 

3. Available to Swedish nationals; age 
under 35; must be young scientist in 
one of the subjects of. study and have 
been studying for at least 2 years at 
Uppsala University. 

& Minimum 1,000 Sw.kr. 

SE Unspecified , 

& Unspecified 2 a 

H Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

' (A .975) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, -.Uppsal 
Sweden 

Donor: Anders Fredric Regnell 

Regnell Travel Scholarship 

ID "Botany . ' ' : 
Unrestricted 



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S WEBS W -Continual 



M Available to Swedish nationals to 

enable them to carry out advanced 

Botanical studies abroad. 
S Unspeci Hed 
I Unspecified 
A 1 every 6 years 

05 Uppsala (Jniverpitet, Uppsala 

(A 976) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: Elsa Guthermuth 
Gvthermulh Scholarships 

fit Theology 

$ Unrestricted 

M Available to Suwllssfe nationals; age 
ver 19; must belong to the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church; award is to enable 
recipient to undertake* advanced theo- 
logical studies abroad. 

6 (a) 2,000 Sw.kr.; (b) 1,000 Sw.kr. 
K (a) 10 months; <b) 5 mouths 

i (a) I every 7 years 
(b) I every 7 years 
19 Uppsala Univereitet, Uppsala 

(A 977) 

UPPSAtA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 
Sweden 

Donor: Casten Rdzmow 

Rdnnow Fund 
m Medicine 
Unrestricted 
M Available to Swedish nationals; must 

fc medical student showing promise of 

ability, especially in one of the theo- 

retical branches of medicine. 
6 Unspecified 
15 Unspecified 
41" 
S Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 978) 

0PPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: Guanas* Nystrom 
Nystrdm American Scholarslup 



NortJh America 

M Available to Swedish nationals who 
are quaKSed doctors of surgery and who 
within the 5 years iminediately preced- 
ing have been an assistant professor 
or teacher or assistant surgeon at 
Uppsala University or the surgical 
clinic of the University. If no competent 
sargeon applies the scholarship is open 
to qualified medical doctor in another 
clinical subject with the same compe- 
tence as that stated for the surgeon 
above. 

S Approx. 3,000 Sw.kr. 

X Unspecified 

A 1 every 2 years 

Hi Uppsala Uuiversitet, Uppaala 



(A 979) 
UPPSALA DIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor; Professor G. Bergmark 
Professor G. Bergmark ScholorsMp 

a Internal iiaeiii:i 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
are (a) young teachers in the Depart- 
ment of Medicine of Uppsala University 
or (b) physicians at on of the clinics 
or institutions of the Medical Depart 
meat or (c) physician completing 
studies at Uppsala University or (d) 
students at the University having 
completed course for licentiate exami- 
nation in medicine. 

S Unspecified 

S As decided by the Medical Department 
of the University 

* 1 every 2 years 

a Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala 

(A 980) 

UPPSALA 0NITERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: Professor G. D. Josephson 
Professor . D, Josephson Travel Scholar- 
ship 

M Surgery or mlie!ne 

Unrestricted 

A Available to Swedish nationals who 
have been assistants at the Akademisk 
Sjiakhuset, Uppsala, for 1 year OF, who 
have left it not more than 2 years ago 
for studies at the university; recipient 
must study abroad at a clinic ox* large 
hospital for at least 2 months., 

S 900 Sw.kr. 

H Unspecified 

* 1 * 8 

S Uppsala Univefsitet, Uppsala 

(A 981) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Donor: Swedish Commercial Bank 
(Svenska Haadelsbanken) 
Travel Scholarship 

i! Economies, economic history,, econo- 
mic geography 

Countries outside Scandinavia 

Jft Available to nationals of Swedea who 
are young students of economics at 
Uppsala University. 

5,000 Sw.kr. 

B 1 academic year 

* 128 

H Stndeijtkaren, Uppsala Umversftet, 
Uppsala, by 1 May 

(A 982) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY: NORRLANDS 
COLLEGE, Uppsala, , Sweden' 
Donor: Professor Jonas SteckseH 

Travel Scholarship 



SWEDEN 



tt Unrestricted 

4fr Unrestricted 

M Available to Swedish students of 
Norrlands College who have given proof 
of ability and success in their studies; 
recipient must have been born in 
Norrbottens, Vasterbottens, Vaster- 
norriands or Jamtlands county. 

* 800 Sw.kt. 

3 2 months 

ft I a 3 

89 Norrlands Nation, Uppsala, by begin- 
ning qf May 

'(A 983) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY: OSTGOTA 

COLLEGE, Uppsala, Sweden 
Internationa! Award 

tt Arts, theology, Iaw 9 mediein, 
S'i<raa 

^ Sweden: Uppsala University 

A Available to nationals of ail countries; 
age 20 to 28; must be university student 
and have knowledge of English, French 
or German; if possible recipient should 
provide for board and lodging of a 
representative of Ostgota College visit- 
Ing Ms country. Awards are to give 
recipients a knowledge of Sweden and 
the life of Swedish students and to 
give an opportunity of studying at a 
Swedish university. 

& 900 Sw.kr. plus transportation from 
Swedish frontier to Uppsala; tuition 
fees may also be included 

Z 3 months 

ll^B 

& Mr. Lars Ramsten, Tegnergataa 15 b, 
tJppsala, by 1 April 



(A 984) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY: SMALANDS 

COLLEGE, Uppsala, Sweden 
Thun's Travel Grant 

SI Unrestricted 

H Unrestricted 

A Available to candidates born in Stock- 
holm or Smaland who have studied any 
subject other than medicine for 7 years 
at the University of Uppsala; mmt 3be 
in need of financial aid. 

^ 4,000 Sw.kr. 

32 12 months 

$ 1 every 2 years a 

H Akademiska Kansliet, Uppsala Uni- 
versity, Uppsala 

(A 9S5) 

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY: STOCKHOLM 

COLLEGE, Drottninggatan 11, Uppsala, 

Sweden 

Stockholm College SchoIarsMps 

tt Unrestricted 

Sweden: Stockholm College, Uppsala 

i Available to students of Etelasuoma- 
lainen Osakunta, Finland, and Trinity 
College, Cambridge, Enjjlamd, in ex- 
change for similar awards offered by 
these colleges to students of Stockholm 
College. 

<si Maintenance and pocket-money 

32 (a) 2 weeks; (b) 3 weeks 

i 2 a 8 

B First Curator, Stockholms Nation, Upp- 
sala 



SWITZERLAND 



(A 986) 

SWISS GOVERNMENT: Federal Depart- 
ment of the Interior, Palais Federal, Berne, 
Switzerland 

Fellowships for the Development of 
Applied Arts 
fl Applied arts 
& Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swiss nationals; must be 
qualified artists; candidates* profes- 
sional qualifications are judged on 
presentation of a certain number of 
works. Award is to enable gifted young , 
artists who need financial aid to 
continue their studies in Switzerland or 
abroad or, in exceptional cases, to 



enable them to prepare or execute 

important works of applied art. 
4 Maximum 1,500 Sw.rancs 
1 year x 
$ Unspecified 8 3 
B Secretariat du Departement Federal de 

I'lnterieur, Palais Federal, 'Berne, by 

31 December 

(A 987) 

SWISS GOVERNMENT: Federal Depart- 
ment of the Interior, Palais Federal, |5md, 
Switzerland 

Fellowships in Fine Arts 
ffil Fine arts 
Unrestricted 



For symbols and foofiitrtes, see page 



SWITZERLAND Continued 



J8L Available to Swiss nationals; age under 
40; muss: be artists of certain standing; 
candidates' professional qualifications 
are judged on presentation of a certain 
number of works. Award is to enable 
artists to continue their studies and to 
visit art centres in. Switzerland and 
abroad. 

Maximum 5,000 Sw.francs 

1 I year * 

A Unspecified * 3 

Secretariat du Departement Federal de 
rinterieur, Palais Federal, Berne,, by 
20 December 

(A 988) 

CANTON OF ARGOVIE: Cantonal Office 
of Vocational Guidance, Rain 16, Aarau, 
Argovie, Switzerland 

!a) Fellowships for Higher Studies 
b) Study Loan 
ft Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

<fit Available to Swiss nationals who are 
citizens of Argovie or domiciled in Argo- 
vie; must bave baccalaureal and must 
Be recommended by their universities. 

tf Unspecified 

M 6 to 12 months 

* (a) 1 * 3 ; (b) 1 * 3 

fiS Kantonales Amt fuer berufliche Aus- 
bildung, Rain 16, Aarau, Argovie, by 
20 May and 20 November 

(A 989) 

CANTON OF BERNE: Cantonal Office for 

Vocational Training, Kreuzgasse 3, Berne, 

Switzerland 

Government Scholarships 

ft 1 1 and I era Its, commerce 
. H Austria, France, Germany, Italy 

A Available to Swiss nationals; must be 
citizens of Berne or residents of Berne; 
must bave completed apprenticeship. In 
exceptional cases available also to foreign- 
ers resident in the Canton of Berne. 

100 to 800 Sw.francs 

JE Unspecified 

1 Unspecified 23 

B Office Cantonal de la Formation Pro- 
fessionnelle, Kreuzgasse 3, Berne 

(A 990) 

"CANTON OF GENEVA: Department of 
Public Instruction, 6 rue de 1'Hdtel de 
Ville, Geneva, Switzerland 

Gillet Prize of Geneva College 
tt Unrestricted 
B Unrestricted 
R Awarded to pupils of Geneva College 

on the results of the final examination; 

age 19. Award is intended to enable 

them to go abroad for a study visit 

useful to their future careers. 
& Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition fec$, etc. 



M Unspecified . 

* 4 3 . 

B No application required 

(A 991) 

CANTON OF NEUCHATEL: Department 
of Public Instruction, Chateau de Neucha- 
tel, Neuchatel, Switzerland 

Scholarships and Study Loans 
II Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

A' Available to citizens of Neuchatel and 
to Swiss nationals who were educated 
in Neuchatel or whose parents are 
domiciled in Neuchatel. Recipients of 
loans must start repayment 3 years after 
completion of studies and repay whole 
amount within 10 years. 
& Covers transportation, maintenance, 

tuition fees, books, etc. 
E Usually 1 semester or 1 year I 
A Unspecified 2 3 

Hi Departement de F Instruction Publicpie, 
Chateau de Neuchatel, Neuchatel 

(A 992) 

CANTON ^ OF ST. GALLEN: Department 

of Education, St. Galien, Switzerland ' 
Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

A Available to residents of the Canton of 
St. Galien; must be educated to matri- 
culation standard. 

4 Total amount given for awards is 
26,000 Sw.francs 

E 1 semester 1 - 

* Unspecified 2 3 

B Erziehungsdepartement, St. GaIIen 9 by 
15 March 

(A 993) 

CANTON OF ST. GALLEN: Department 
of Education, St. Galien, Switzerland 

Government Scholarships 
tt Professional 'studies, not including 

teacher education 
Unrestricted 
A Available to residents of the Canton of 

St. Galien; age over 15. 
Total amount given for awards is. 

8,000 Sw.francs 
E 1 semester or I year * 
* Unspecified 2 3 
Hi Lehrliiigsamt, St. Galien, by M 

March and 15 September 

(A 994) 

CANTON OF TICINO: Central. Depart- 
ment of Education, Bellinzona, Ticino, 
Switzerland 

Department of Education Grants 
US All snS>|eets included in 'school curricula 
^ Italy for study of language and litera- 
ture; France, Germany, United King- 
dom for modern languages; unrestricted 
for other subjects , 



SWITZERLAND Continued 



A. Available to citizens of the Canton of 
Ticino, or citizens of other Swiss 
cantons who were born in Ticino and 
whose mother tongue is Italian; must 
be member of teaching profession or 
student intending to become a teacher; 
must have secondary school certificates 
teacher's diploma or commercial certi- 
ficate; on completion of studies recipient 
must teach in secondary schools in the 
Canton of Ticino for at least 4 years* 

4 5.00 to 1,000 Sw.francs p.a. 

E 4 academic years 

A 5 2 3 

a Dipartimento della Pubblica Eduea- 
zioae, Beliinzona 

(A 995) 

CANTON OF^ VAUD: Department of 
Public Instruction and Cultural Activities, 
place de'Ia Cathedrale 4, Lausanne, Swit-. 
fierlanct 

Grants' 

tt Unrestricted, provided it is a 'subject 
connected with secondary school teach- 
ing in the Canton of Vaud 
Unrestricted 

A Available to Swiss nationals who are 
secondary school teachers in the Canton 
of Vaud or who intend to become 
teachers; age over 21; must have 
licence in arts or science. 
100 to 1,000 Sw.francs 
ffi Average 1 to 12 months * * 
A Unspecified 23 (5 awarded in 1951-52) 
Hi Departement de ^Instruction Pubiique 
et des Cultes, Service de FEnseiguement 
Secondaire, Lausanne 

(A 996) 

CANTON OF ZURICH: Education, Depart- 
ment, Walchetor, Zurich, Switzerland 

Scholarships for Higher Studies 
tt Unrestricted 
^ Unrestricted . 
A Available to German-speaking nationals 

of, Switzerland who have spent at 

least 1 semester at the University of 

Zurich; age at least 18. 
45; 350 to 500 Sw.francs per semester 
M 1 semester x 
Si Unspecified 2 s 
9 Inspektor der Stipeiidiaten der'Univer- 

sitat Zurich, Zurich, by 15 March and- 

IS September 

(A 997) 

AIDE SUISSE A L'EUROPE, Helvetia- 
gtrasse 14, Berne, Switzerland 

ASE Scholarships 
0& Medical and social .sciences, ednca- 

tion 
Switzerland 



Available to nationals of. European 

war-devastated countries; age 25' to 
40; must be professionally qualified 
and hold responsible position; on 
completion of studies must return to 
own country and take up work whieht 
will be of service to that country. 

450 Sw.francs per month plus travel 
within Switzerland 

JR. Maximum 2 semesters (10 months) 

A Unspecified 

H Aide Suisse a FEurope, Bureau des 
Echanges Scolaires et Culturels, Helve* 
tiastrasse 14, Berne. -Applications must 
be sent in by an official organization and 
personal applications are not accepted 

(A 99S) 

CITY OF BASLE DEPARTMENT OF 
EDUCATION: City of Basle Fellowship 
Commission, Miinsterplatz 2, Basle, Swit* 
zerland , . 

City of Basle Department of Education 
Grants 

II Unrestricted ' 

'. Switzerland and other countries 
A Available to Swiss nationals who lair 
completed the greater part of" their 
education in the- Canton of Basle, 
preference being given to -natives of the 
Canton; award is to enable them to 
continue their higher studies. 
Maximum 3,000 Sw.francs p.a. (Loans 
may be given in addition to this amount) 
JR. 1 or more semesters 1 
'* Unspecified 2 3 

Hi Commission des Bourses dn Canton 4 
Bale-Ville, Miinsterplatz 2, Bale 

(A 999) 

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE, Basle, Swit-' . 
zerland 

Donors: University of Basle and th* 

Association of Students of University 

of Basle 

Grants 

%M Unrestricted ' . 

^ Switzerland: University of Basic* 
M Available to Frencli students. 
& Tuition. plus some financial aid (Total 

of 1,000 Sw.francs is given for grants) 
ffi I academic year 
t Unspecified 2 3 
9 Universitat Basel, Basle 

(A 1000) 

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE, Basle, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
IS Unrestricted 

Switzerland: University of Basle 1 
M Available to nationals of U.S.A. 5 age 

preferably under 35; must haves bacKe- 



For symbols and footnotes* see page 37. 



,201 



SWTi'ZBftLAND Conft'iM 



lor'a degree from recognized college or 
ttoiveisity or graduation from a pro- 
fessional scliool of recognized standing. 

<# Tuition fees 

M i academic year 

| 5 28 

H Institute of International Education, 

1 East 67th Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., by 1 

(A 1001) 

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE f Basle, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
11 l T nrestrieted 

Switzerland: University of Basle 

A Available to students of Princeton 
University, V.S.A., In exchange for 
similar awards offered by Princeton to 
Basle University students 5 must be 
graduates. 

<f 3,500 Sw.lrancs p.a, 

IE 1 academic year x 

1 Unspecified a 

Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67 tli Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., by 1 March 

(A 1002) 

UNIVERSITY OF BERNE, Berne, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
81 l T nrestricted 

HI Switzerland: University of Berne 
Jft Available, on a reciprocal exchange 

Basis, to students of sail countries. 
4T (a) 2,000 Sw.francs plus tuition 

(b) Tuition 
fi I academic year 
I (a)* 2 or 3; (b) Unspecified s 3 
fit Uaiveisitat Bern, Berne 

(A 1003) 

COMMERCIAL SCHOOL OF GENEVA, 

Geneva, Switserland 
Berthond Scholarship 

Iti Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Swiss nationals wfco have 
completed their studies at the Commer- 
cial School of Geneva. 

& 2,000 Sw.rancs 

K 2 years 

t I ss 

H jSeoIe d^ Commerce de Geneve, Geneva 

(A 1004) 

COMMERCIAL UNIVERSITY, Notker, 
attasse 20, St. Galen, Switzerland 

Schosarsbips 
tt Eco no 01 ie, administrative and eom- 

niercfal studies 
'0 Switzerland: Commercial University^ 

St. GaUen 

M Avsi!aiIe to nationals of Canada 9 
Italy, 'U.S.A. and oilier 



countries which offer exchange oppor- 
tunities for students of the Commercial 
University of St. Oallen; age over IE; 

must be educated to university entrance 

standard. 

S SCO to 1,000 Sw.franca 
IS 1 or 2 semesters 

* Approx. 3 s 3 

m Handels-Hocliscliiile, Notkerstrasse 20, 
St. Gallen 

(A 1005) 

ENGELMANN FOUNDATION, BaifUsser- 
gasse 6, Basle, Switzerland 

Scholarships 

Theo!o!.V' ptii!splsy 9 smsdlein 
Unrestricted 
A Available to students of the University 

of Basle to enable them to complete 
their studies or make study ^ visit? 
abroad; must be Protestant eitiseJis 
of the Canton of Basle or Bern. 

5 Approx. 1,200 Sw.francs 
ffi 2 semesters 

* Approx. 8 2 s 

6 Engelmannstiftung, Barfiissergasse 6, 
Basle 

(A 1006) 

FEDEBAL INSTITUTE OF TECH- 
NOLOGY, Leonhardstr. 33, Zikica, 
Switzerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Architecture 5 civil, mechanical, elec- 
trical and agricultural eii|$ an Bering ? 
chemistry; pharmacy; silviculture! 
agHeiiSture? mathematics; physies 
natural scseoees 

Switzerland: Federal Institute of Tech- 
oology 

Jft Available preferably to nationals ,of 
Austria, Belnium, Canada, CKeeiio-" 
Slovakia, Franee, Germany, Hunf]ary y 
Italy Netherlands, Poland, Scaiadl- 
navian countries, United Kingdom, 
U.S.A.; age 20 to 30; must have 
completed at least several years of 
university studies and iiav knowledge 
of German, 
2,000 to 3,000 Sw.fraacs plus tuition 

fees 
5 1 academic year 

* Unspecified s 3 

9 Praesident des schweissezischen Schul- 
rates^ Eid^enoessische Technishe Hoch- 
schuie, Leonhardstr. 33, Ziirich, severed 
weeks before beginning of academic year 

(A 1007) 

FEDERAL, INSTITUTE OF TECH- 
NOLOGY, Leonhardstr. 33, Ziirich, Switzer- 
land 

Exchange Scholarships for Scientific 

Research , 
IS Mathematics, physics, dremistry, 

biological and natural 



102 



SWITZERLAND Continued 



4fr Switzerland 

A Available to French nationals who are 

scientific, research workers of proven 

ability., in exchange for similar facilities 
for Swiss research workers offered by 
the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 

432 to 1,750 Sw. francs per month plus 
transportation and research facilities 

2 Varies in individual cases 

A Unspecified; as the convention between, 
the Institute and the CNRS provides 
for exchanges of 20 months of fellow- 
ships in an academic year, number 
awarded depends on the duration of 
each award 

M Monsieur le Directenr dm CNRS, 
4 e Bureau Ecnax&ges, 13 qua! Anatole 
France, Paris-? 6 

(A 1008) 

FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECH- 
NOLOGY, Leonhardstr. 33, Zimch, 
Switzerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Architecture ; civil, mechanical, elee- 
trical and agricultural engineering ; 
chemistry; pharmacy; silviculture; 
agriculture ; mathematics ; ptiysles ; 
natural sciences 

Switzerland: Federal Institute of Tech- 
nology 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. ? 
age 20 to 30; must have at least bache- 
lor's degree and have knowledge of 
German. 
4 1,500 to 3,000 Sw.rancs plus tuition 

fees 

X 1 academic year 
A 2 8S 

9 Institute of International Education, 
i East 67th Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., by March 

(A 1009) 

UNIVERSITY OF FRIBQURG, Fribourg, 

Switzerland 

Exchange Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Switzerland: University of Friboiirg 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A.; 
age preferably under 35; should pre- 
ferably have 'bachelor's degree or 
diploma granted by recognized institu- 
tion. 

J Approx. 1,500 Sw.francs plus tuition 
fees 

K I academic year 

A Unspecified 2 a 

9 Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
&y 1 March 



(A 1010) 

GENEVA UNIVERSITY, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland 

Scholarships 
- 0S Unrestricted 
Switzerland: Geneva University 
A Available to French students baring 

completed the second part o the 

baccalaureat; age at least 18. 
<J 3,500 Sw.francs 
SI 1 academic year 
A 2 
H Secretariat de FUniversite de G-emeve, 

Geneva, by 1 April 

(A 1011) 

GENEVA UNIVERSITY, Genera, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
IS Urirestrleiecl 

Switzerland: Geneva University 
A Available to students from Germany , 

Italy, Spain ; age at least 18; must have 

completed secondary school studies, 
$ 3,500 Sw.francs plus tuition fees 
H 1 academic year 
I 3 2 s : 1 to each country 
m Secretariat de FUniversIte de -n^ve, 

GeTieTa, by 1 April 

(A 1018) 

GENEVA UNIVERSITY, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarship 
Si Unrestricted 

Switzerland: Geneva University 
A Available to students from the United 
Kingdom; age at least 18; nrast have 
Higher School Certificate or equivalent. 
& 3,500 Sw.francs plus tuition fees 
35 1 academic year 

A 123 

S Secretariat de FUniversitfi de Geneve, 
Geneva, by 1 April 

(A 100) 

GENEVA UNIVERSITY, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 
fi Unrestricted 

Switzerland: University of Geneva 
A Available to students from USA< 

age at least 18; must have B.A. or B*S> 
S Tuition fees 
H I academic year 
* 3 23 
9 Institute of International ' Education, 

I East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 

(A 1014) 

GENEVA UNIVERSITY, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland 

(a) GaBatin Fellowship 

(fo) Exchange Scholarships 



gytoMts and footnotes, see page B7. 



SWITZERLAND Continued 



tt Unrestricted 

Switzerland: Geneva University 

4ft Available to nationals of U.S.A. : 
should have at least a bachelor's degree. 
<$ 3,500 Sw.francs plus tuition 
fi 1 academic year 

3" 

Bi Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 
by 1 March 

(A 1015) 

SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, La Tour de 
Peilz, Vaud, Switzerland 
Entrance Scholarship 
tt Lnrujiinjjcs 

Switzerland: School of Languages, La 
Tour de Peilz 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries; 
age 17 to 25; award as usually made on 
the results of a competitive examination. 

A 1,000 Sw. francs 

K 1 academic year l 

a i 

H cole de Langues, La Tour de Peilz, 
Vaud, by May 

(A 1016) 

LAUSANNE UNIVERSITY, Palais de 
Rumine, Lausanne, Switzerland 

Fellowships for Foreign Graduates 
tt Unrestricted 

Switzerland: Lausanne University 

Jl Available to nationals of countries 
which offer similar awards to Swiss 
students; must be graduate of university 
in own country. 

& 200 Sw.francs per month plus 100 
Sw.francs at end of each semester, plus 
tuition and laboratory fees 

B 9 month*, 5 months or 4 months 

5 or 6 * * 

BH U.S.A.: Instituteof International Educa 
lion, 1 East 67th Street, New York 21, 
N.Y. Other counirie?: Lausanne Univer- 
sity through own embassy or legation at 
Berne 

(A 1017) 

NEUCHATEL UNIVERSITY, Neucliatel, 
Switzerland 

Scholarships for Foreign Students 
it Unrestricted 

Switzerland: Neucliatel University 

M Available to nationals of Austria, 
France, Italy, Netherlands, Noruay, 
Sivedeii, United Kimjiioitt, U.S.A. 
and other countries; must be students 
having completed between 4 and 6 
semesters of university studies, prefer- 
ably for a doctorate. 

A 2,000 Sw.francs plus tuition 

B 1 academic year 

4 * 8 : 1 to France, 1 to U.K., 1 to 
U.S.A., 1 to other countries in rotation 



Bi Monsieur le Recteur, Universite" de 
Neuchatel, Neuchatel, by 15 June 

(A 1018) 
PRO HELVETIA FOUNDATION, Hir- 

schengraben 22, Zurich, Switzerland 

Fellowships for the Development of 
Higher Education 

tt All branches of higher learning 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to Swiss nationals; must have 
doctor's degree. Award is to enable 
graduates to continue their studies in 
Switzerland and abroad. 

& Approx. 3,500 Sw.francs 

B 1 year l 

* 12 2 

E5 Fondation Pro Helvetia, Hirschen- 
graben 22, Zurich 

(A 1019) 

SWISS ACADEMY OF MEDICAL ; 
SCIENCES, Hebelstrasse 24, Basle, Swit- 
zerland 

Scholarships 

tt Medical and biological sciences 
$ Unrestricted 

4ft Available to nationals of Switzerland ; 
must have doctorate in medicine or 
philosophy and have ability to carry 
out independent research work. 
$ 7,200 to 10,400 Sw. francs. Travel 
allowance may be given in certain cases 
31 1 to 2 years l 

* 6 to 8 2 3 

IS Professor Dr. A. Werthemann, President 
der Stiftung fur biologisch-rnedizinischtt 
Stipcndien, Hebelstrasse 24, Basle, by 
1 February and 1 July 

(A 1020) 

SWISS- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CUL- 
TURAL RELATIONS, c/o Dr. Willy R 
Staehlin, Bleicherwerg 10, Ziirich, Swit- 
zerland 

Fellowship 
M 1 1 11 restricted 
< Switzerland 

Jft Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 
preferably under 35; must have bache- 
lor's degree from an American college 
or university. 
6 2,000 Sw.francs 
BI 1 academic year 

* 123 

ESI Institute of International Education. 

1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y.. 
by 1 March 

(A 1021) 

SWISS ASSOCIATION OF THE 
FRIENDS OF FINLAND, Forchstrasse 
374, Zurich 8, Switzerland 

Swiss Scholarship Fund for the promo- 
tion of Finnish Culture 
tt Unrestricted 



204 



SWITZERLANDCofrtwiwflrf 



Switzerland 

M. Available to Finnish nationals who 
are persons holding positions of some 
standing in their profession or occupa- 
tion. 

6 Average 500 Sw.francs per month 

S Approx. 3 months 

* Approx. 12 to 15 a * 

BI Herrn H. Wyrnann, Sekretariat der 
Stipendiats-Stiftung, "Schweiz. Stif- 
tung fur Stipendien an Forderer und 
Bewahrer finnischer Kultur" der 
Schweiz. Vcreinigung der Freunde Finn- 
lands, Forchstrasse 374-, Ziiiich 8 

(A 1022) 

ZURICH UNIVERSITY, Zurich, Swit- 
eerland 

Exchange Scholarships 

Switzerland: Zurich University 

SL Available to nationals of (a) France, 

(b) Spain and (c) ll.S.A., to enable 
them to study at Ziiricb University. 

4$ (a) and (b) 2,500 Sw.francs plus tuition 
fees 

(c) 2 of 2,500 Sw.francs plus tuition 
fees; 5 covering only tuition fees 



1 academic year 

(a) 2 2 3 ; (b) 1 2 ; (c) 7 s 

(a) Office National des Universites ct 

ficoles Franchises, 96 boulevard Ras- 

pail, Paris-6; (b) Consejo Superior de 

Inve^tigacionen Cientificas, Madrid; (c) 

Institute of International Education, 

1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y. 



UNIVERSITY, 



(A 1023) 
Zurich, Swit- 



ZURICH 

zerland 

Exchange Scholarships 

tt I 'lire*! rid cd 

Switzerland: Zurich University 

A Available to students of (a) Aberdeen 
University, Scotland, (b) Durham Uni- 
versity, Kiifjland, (c) Universities of 
Pavia and Pisa, Italy, in exchange for 
similar awards offered by these uai- 
versitu's to Zurich University students. 

<$ (a) 2,500 Sw.francs plus tuition fees 

(b) Tuition fees 

(c) 2,500 Sw.francs plus tuition fes 
3 (a) and (c) I academic year 

(b) 1 semester 

* (a) 2 e a ; (b) 1 2 a ; (c) 2 2 s 
Bi Candidate's own university 



SYRIA 



(A 1021) 

GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA: Ministry of 
Education, Damascus, Syria 

Scholarships 
tt I T n restricted 

Syria 

Jl Available to students from Arab and 
Oriental countries. 

4 Maintenance and tuition fees 

1 According to study needs 
A Unspecified 2 s 

Bi Ministry of Education, Damascus 

(A 1025) 

GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA: Ministry of 

Education, Damascus, Syria 
Scholarship* 

tt ITiiri-*|ri<'tMl 

Belgium, Ejjvpt, France, Lebanon, Swit- 
zerland, United Kingdom. U.S.A. 

Jl Available to national- of Syria : must 
have barcalaur^ /' or licence according 
to studies undertaken. 

A Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc, 

5 4 years 

A Approx. 120 * 



68 Ministry of Education, D a ma sen 

(A 1026) 
GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA: Ministry of 

Education, Damascus, Syria 



ISA I mr-l 

* Belgium, K<j\ pt, France, Lebanon, Swit- 

zerland, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
Jft Available to nationals of Syria | the 

Ministry makes the awards to students 

\vho are studying abroad at their own 

expense. 
A Svrian 400 p. a. in Egypt and Lebanon; 

Syrian 700 p. a. in Belgium, France, 

Switzerland, United Kingdom; Syrian 

750 p. a. in U.S.A. 
ff Unspecified 
* Unspecified * ' 
Bi Ministry of Education, Damascus 

(A 1027) 

GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA: Ministry 
of Education, Damascus, Syria 

A uards 

tt I 'urext rifled 
Unrestricted 



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SYRIA Continued 



A Available to Syrian nationals who are 
civil servants or teachers working for the 
Ministry of Education; awards are given 
so that they may complete their studies 
and develop their professional know- 
ledge; study period counts as State 
service. 

4 Covers transportation and study fee 
I 4 years 

* Approx. 100 23 

Bi Ministry of Education, Damascus 

(A 1028) 

GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA, Damascus, 
Syria 

Awards 

(ft (a) Finance; (b) Medicine and sur- 
gery ; (c) Law 

* Europe, U.S.A. 

A Available to Syrian nationals who are 
employed by (a) the Ministry of Finance, 

(b) the Ministry of Public Health and 

(c) the Ministry of Justice; awards are- 
given so that they may develop their 
professional knowledge; study period 
counts as State service. 

& Covers transportation and study fees 

5 Unspecified 

* Unspecified 23 

ESS Ministry by \vliich candidate is employed 



(A 1029) 
SYRIAN UNIVERSITY, Damascus, Syria 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
Syria 

A Available to students from Haahemite 
Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, 
Turkey; must have completed secori- 
dary school studies. 

<5 Unspecified 

BI 4 to 6 years 

* 13 23 

EH Syrian University, Damascus 

(A 1030) 
SYRIAN UNIVERSITY, Damascus, Syria 

Donor: Unesco, by grant-in-aid 

Scholarships 
Ml Unrestricted 

Syria: Syrian University, Damascus 
A Available to Palestinian Arab refuge*- 

students who are in need of financial 

assistance; preference is given to senior 

students. 
& Unspecified (total amount for awards if 

$2,000) 
BI 1 year l 

* 42 28 

CS Syrian University, Damascus 



THAILAND 



(A 1031) 

GOVERNMENT OF THAILAND, Bang- 
kok, Thailand 

Government Scholarships 
tt According to needs of the various 

Ministries 

France, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
A Available to nationals of Thailand ; 
age and qualifications vary according 
to subjects to be taken; recipients must 
work in one of the Ministries on return 
to Thailand. 
4 Covers expenses (approx. U.S. $2,400 

p.a.) 

X Unspecified 
* 50 "" 8 

ES Civil Service Commission, Prime 
Minister's Office, Bangkok 

(A 1031 a) 

GOVERNMENT OF THAILAND, Bang- 
kok, Thailand 

Thai Government Fellowships 
tt Engineering , arts, education, archi- 
tecture (2); public health, medicine, 
dentistry, veterinary science, phar- 
macy (2); animal husbandry, ayro- 
nmiiy (2); painting, sculpture (2) 



(Awards are for research in any oi thete 
subjects) 

Thailand 

A Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must have at least bachelor's degree 
and should be mature persons already 
established in their professions; must, 
have good knowledge of either English 
or Thai language; recipients must 
return to own countries on completion 
of fellowships. 

6,000 bahts 

15 1 year 

jfc 8 (2 in each group of subjects) 

iS Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's owr> 
country 

(A 1031 b) 

GOVERNMENT OF THAILAND, Bang- 

kok, Thailand 

Thai Government Scholarships 

A Civil cngjinccriiirj, mechanical engineer- 
ing, electrical engineering, arts, educa- 
tion, physics, chemistry, biology, 
architecture 

Thailand: Chulalongkorn University 

A Available to nationals of Burma, 
Cambodia, Ceylon, India, Indonesia, 



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THAlLAND-T-Concinncrf 



Korea, Laos, Malaya, Philippines, 
Pakistan, Viet Nam; age limit 30; 
must be educated to Thai university 
entrance standard; must have knowledge 
of Thai and English language (if neces- 
sary, candidates may receive 1 year's 
free tuition in the Thai language at 
Chulalongkorn University); recipients 
must return to own countries on comple- 
tion of scholarships. 

$ 5,000 bahts p.a. 

I 4 years for all subjects except archi- 
tecture which is 5 years 

* 4. 

ES Ministry of Education or Ministry of 
Foreign Affairs in candidate's own 
country 

(A 1031 c) 

GOVERNMENT OF THAILAND, Bang- 
kok, Thailand 



Thai Government Junior Scholarship* 

Engineering trades 

Thailand: Padumawan Engineering 

Trades School 

Available to nationals of Cambodia 

and Laos; age limit 20; must have 

completed several years of secondary 

education; must have knowledge of 

Thai and English language (if necessary, 

candidates may receive 1 year's free 

tuition in the Thai language at Chula- 

longkorn University); recipients must 

return to own countries on completion 

of scholarships. 

4,000 bahts p.a. 

3 years 

4 

Ministry of Education or Ministry <f 

Foreign Affairs in candidate*? own 

country 



TURKEY 



(A 1032) 

TURKISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
National Education, Ankara, Turkey 

Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted, mainly technical studies 
Unrestricted, but especially technically 
advanced countries such as France, 
Germany, Switzerland, United King- 
dom, U.S.A. 

Jfl, Available to nationals of Turkey to 
continue higher studies abroad to 
obtain university degree or doctorate; 
candidates have to sit an examination. 
A For U.S.A.: 7,000 Turkish lira. For 
other countries: 5,000 to 5,500 Turkish 
lira 

X 4 to 7 years, according to study needs 
* 219 * * 
ES Ministry of National Education, Ankara 

(A 1033) 

TURKISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
National Education, Ankara, Turkey 

Awards 

it Unrestricted, mainly technical studies 
C* Unrestricted, but especially technically 
advanced countries such as France, 
Germany, Switzerland, United King- 
dom, U.S.A. 

A Available to nationals of Turkey; the 
Ministry makes the awards to students 
who have gone abroad to study at their 
own expense. 
4 Covers maintenance and tuition fee? 



I 4 to 7 years, according to study need;- 

* 891 s * 

EH Ministry of National Education, Ankara 

(A 1034) 

TURKISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

National Education, Ankara, Turkey 
Awards 

M Unrestricted 

Ht Unrestricted 

J5. Available to nationals of Turkey who 
are employed by the Government or 
by official institutions, to enable them 
to undertake studies and research wtMrfe 
abroad. 

& Salary plus an allowance 

1C 1 or 2 years 

ft 300 2 

OB Candidate** own Ministry or institution, 
6y the end of June 

(A 1035) 

TURKISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 

National Education, Ankara, Turkey 
Fellowships 

fit Unrestricted 

& Turkey 

J& Available to national!? of Middle 
Eastern countries; must be recommend- 
ed by their governments. 

r Appro*. 1,725 Turkish lira 

E 2 to 7 years, according to study ned* 

* 50 * 3 

EH Ministry of Education in candidate** 
own country 



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TURKEY Continued 



(A 1036) 

TURKISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
National Education, Ankara, Turkey 

Reciprocal Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 
Turkey 
M Available to nationals of France, 

India, Iraq, Italy, Pakistan, U.S.A. 
A Unspecified 
B Unspecified 



* 10 

H France: Office National des Univcrsit6s 
et ficolcs Franchises, 96 boulevard 
Raspail, Paris-6 e ; Italy: Direzione Gene- 
rale delle Relazioni Culturali, Ministero 
degli Affari Esteri, Piazza Firenze 27, 
Rome; U.S.A.: Institute of Interna- 
tional Education, 1 East 67th Street, 
New York 21, N.Y.; India, Iraq and 
Pakistan: Ministry of Education 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 



(A 1037) 

GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AFRItA: 
Department of Education, Arts and Science, 
New Standard Bank Buildings, Pretoria, 
Transvaal, South Africa 

Exchange Bursaries 
tt Unrestricted 

South Africa 

Jl Available to nationals of (a) Beljjhim, 
(b) France, (c) Federal German 
Itepuhlie and (d) Netherlands; must 
have at least bachelor's degree except 
in the case of German students who 
must have completed at least 2 years 
of university study. 

6 (a) 200 plus tuition fees; (b) 20 per 
month plus transportation. Some remis- 
Bion of tuition fees may be given by 
universities concerned; (c) 250 p. a. 
plus tuition fees and return travel 
from the nearest South African port 
to place of study; (d) 180 plus maxi- 
mum of 90 for tuition fees 

1 1 year l 

A 17 28 : 2 to Belgium and Germany, 3 to 
France, 10 to Netherlands 

B Belgium: Ministere de PInstruction 
Publique, Residence Palace, rue de la 
Loi, Brussels; France: Office National 
des Universites et ficoles Franchises, 
96 boulevard Raspail, Paris-6 e ; Ger- 
many: Dcutcher Akademischer aus- 
tauchdienst, Nassests, lla Bonn; Nether- 
lands: Studie-fonds voor Zuid-Afri- 
kaanse Studeriten, Keizergracht 141, 
Amsterdam C, by 31 October 



GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH 



(A 1038) 
AFRICA: 



Department of Education, Art* and Science, 

New Standard Bank Buildings, Pretoria, 

Transvaal, Soulh Africa 

Overseas Scholarships of the Department 
of Education, Art- and Science 

M Usually technical and prc-school educa- 
tion, and the education and clinical 
treatment of physical and mental 
deviates 

Unrestricted 



Jft Available to national* of South Africa 

and usually awarded to professional offi- 
cers and teachers employed in institu- 
tions of the Department of Education, 
Arts and Science; must have at least a 
bachelor'* degree and recognized teach- 
ing certificate; must be proficient in 
Afrikaans and English; recipient is 
required to undertake to remain in th 
service of the Department for a fixed 
period after completion of scholarship. 

& 350 to 1,000 

IS. 2 or 3 years or according to study need* 

* Unspecified (1,000 is the total amount 
reserved for awards) 

ES Department of Education, Arts and 
Science, JNew Standard Bank Buildings, 
Pretoria 

(A 1039) 

GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AFRICA: 

Department of Education, Arts and Science, 

New Standard Bank Buildings, Pretoria, 

Transvaal, South Africa 
Union Scholarships 

M Unrestricted 

& Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of South Africa 
who are graduates of South African 
universities ami awarded on results of 
M.A. and M.Sc. examinations; age limit 
30 at Universities of Cape Town, Natal, 
Orange Free State and the Witwaters- 
rand, 25 at Pretoria; no age limit at 
Stcll^nbosch; must be proficient in 
Afrikaans and English. 

300 p.a. 

Z 2 years 

fc 9 8 3 (1 annually given in rotation to 
Universities of Cape Town and 
Stellenbosch; 2 each to Universities 
of Natal, Orange Free State, Pretoria 
and the Witwatersrand) 

B Candidate's own university 

(A 1040) 

GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AFRICA: 
National Council for Social Research, 
Department of Education, Arts and Scienco, 



208 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA Continual 



New Standard Bank Buildings, Pretoria, 

Transvaal, South Africa 

Overseas Travel Grant of the National 
Council for Social Research 

tt Education, psychology, economics, 
commerce, geography, social anthro- 
pology, sociology, archaeology, his- 
tory, law, languages and the huma- 
nities generally 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of South Africa ; 
must be graduates of some academic 
professional standing. 

<$ 200 to 600 

5 Unspecified; minimum is 3 months 

* Unspecified 

Bi Secretary, National Council for Social 
Research, Department of Education, 
Arts and Sciences, New Standard Bank 
Buildings, Pretoria, by 15 August 

(A 1041) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 
Town, Cape Province, South Africa 

University Council Post-graduate Schol- 
arships 

tt Engineering or applied and indus- 
trrtt* chemistry and land surveying 

* Unrestricted 

M. Available to students of University of 
Cape Town; awarded on results of 
B.Sc. examinations; candidates must 
attain standard for distinction. 

6 150 p. a. 
B 2 years 

* 2 2 3 

University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1042) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 

Town, Cape Province, South Africa 

University Council Post-graduate Schol- 
arship J 

tt Mcdicinfe 

<& Unrestricted 

M. Available to students of University of 
Cape Town; awarded on results of 
M.B., ChiTJ. examinations, normally 
to candidates obtaining degree with 
honours. 

<S 150 p.a. 

X 1 year 

* 1 * 8 

Bi University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1043) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 
Town, Cape Province, South Africa 

(a) Hyman Liberman Scholarship 

(b) Roderick Noble Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to students of University of 



Cape Town and awarded on results of 
B.A. or B.Sc. (Pure Science) examina- 
tions; recipient must take master's 
degree in a subject included in curri- 
culum for bachelor's degree. 

<S 30 p.a. 

B 1 year 

* (a) 1; (b) 1 (not known at what 
intervals awards are available) 

Bi University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1044) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 
Town, Cape Province, South Africa 
Donor: The late Mr. Alexander Croll 
South African College Croll Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

# Unrestricted 

M Available to students of University of 
Cape Town; age limit 30; awarded on 
results of the M.A. and M.Sc. examina- 
tion. 

& 300 p.a. 

D 2 years 

* 1 every 3 years 

Bi University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1045) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 

Town, Cape Province, South Africa 
Donor: Mrs. Jamison 
Jamison Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to South African nationals 
born in Cape Province of parents 
domiciled there; age limit 30; awarded 
on results of M.A. and M.Sc. examina- 
tion at [University of Cape Town and 
candidates must have attended that 
University for at least 2 years immedi- 
ately preceding examination. 

<l 225 p.a. 

E 2 years 

# 1 every 3 years 

Hi University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1046) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 
Town, Cape Province, South Africa 

Donors: (a) Smartt Memorial Committee 
(b) Miss Emilie Jane Solomon 

(a) Srnartt Memorial Scholarship 

(b) Sir William Solomon Memorial Schol- 
arship 

tt (a) Agricultural research 

(b) Research in law 
Unrestricted 
M Available to candidates in South Africa 

having an approved university degree. 
& (a) 200 p.a.; (b) 250 p.a. 
1C 2 years * 



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UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA Continued 



A (a) 1; (b) 1 (not known at what 
intervals awards are available) 

University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1047) 

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, Cape 
Town, Cape Province, South Africa 

Donor: Hon. J. W. Jagger 

J. W. Jagger Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

South Africa: University of Cape Town 
M. Available to nationals of the United 

Kingdom intending to take a degree 
at the University of Cape Town. 

& 200 p.a. 

fl 3 years 1 

k 1 (not known at what intervals award 
is available) 

University of Cape Town, Cape Town 

(A 1048) 

INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICAN AR- 
CHITECTS, Box 7322, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal, South Africa 

Sir Herbert Baker Scholarship 
tt Architecture 

Europe; major part of the time at the 
British School in Rome 

Jft Available to South African students of 
architecture; age under 30; must have 
had at least 6 years of architectural 
training. 

4 Approx. 300 

IB. I year 

A 1 (not known at what intervals award 
is given) 

Institute of South African Architects, 
Box 7322, Johannesburg 

(A 1049) 

JOINT SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE OF 
THE SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 

(a) Queen Victoria Scholarship 

(b) Donald Currie Memorial Scholarship 

(c) Croll Memorial Scholarship 

(d) George Grey Memorial Scholarship 

(e) Porter Scholarship 

(f) Ebden Scholarship 

(g) Hiddingh Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Awarded on results of M.A. or M.Sc. 
examination at Universities of Cape 
Town and Stellenbosch; may be awarded 
to candidates for degrees of equivalent 
status in other faculties; age limit 30 at 
University of Cape Town. 

4 (a) to (e) 225 p.a.; 

(f)300 p.a.; (g) 266 p.a. 

(a) to (f) 2 years; (g) 3 years 

* 3 each every 3 years of (a) to (g) 

E8 No application required 



(A 1050) 

JOINT SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE OF 

THE SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 
Donor: Mrs. Mary Ann Elizabeth Farmer 
Maynard Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Awarded on results of M.A. or M.Sc. 
examinations at Universities of Cape 
Town and Stellenbosch; may be awarded 
to candidates for degrees of equivalent 
status in Other faculties; age limit 30 at 
University of Cape Town; candidate's 
parents must be domiciled in Cape 
Province. 

<i 90 p.a. 

IS 2 years 

K 3 every 3 years 

91 No application required 

(A 1051) 

JOINT SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE OF 

THE SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 
Donor; Government of South Africa 
Queen Victoria Memorial Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to women graduates of the 
Universities of Cape Town and Stellen- 
bosch; awarded on results of M.A. or 
M.Sc. examinations but may be awarded 
to candidates for degrees of equivalent 
status in other faculties; age limit 30 
at University of Cape Town. 

<5 200 p.a. 

3 3 years 

A 1 every 3 years assigned in rotation to 
each of the universities 

E9 No application required 

(A 1052) 

NATAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT, 

P.O.Box 395, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, 

South Africa 
Scholarships 

tt Education 

{$> British Commonwealth, Europe; may 
be tenable elsewhere in special circum- 
stances 

M Available to teachers employed by the 
Natal Education Department, to enable 
them to study some aspect of education 
which may contribute to the progress 
of education in Natal. 

& Salary plus 300 

H 1 academic year 

* 4 23 

m Director of Education, P.O. Box 395, 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal, by end of April 

(A 1053) 

UNIVERSITY OF NATAL, P.O. Box 375, 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa 

Emma Smith Scholarship 
tt Fine arts 
$ Unrestricted 



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UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA Continued 



Jft Available to students and teachers who 
have attended, for at least 3 years, the 
School of Arts and Crafts, Natal 
Technical College, or the Department of 
Fine Arts and Architecture of the Uni- 
versity of Natal; age 19 to 26; recipient 
is expected to return to South Africa 
upon completion of the scholarship and, 
if possible, to continue his profession 
or craft. 

*$ 250 p. a.; this amount may be divided 
between 2 students 

B 1 to 2 years 

I I 2 3 

BB University of Natal, P.O. Box 375, 

Pietermaritzburg 

> 

(A 1054) 

RHODES UNIVERSITY, Grahamstown, 
Cape Province, South Africa 
Donor: Hugh le May 
Hugh le May Fellowship 
tt Philosophy ; theology ; classics ; 
ancient, mediaeval or modern history, 
classical, biblical, mediaeval or modern 
languages ; political theory ; law 

* South Africa: Rhodes University (in 
special cases permission may be given 
to hold the award elsewhere) 

Jft Available to candidates who wish to 
pursue advanced study in one of the 
subjects listed; the fellowship is 
designed, not merely for those wishing 
to prosecute "research" in the narrower 
sense, but also those who may wish 
to devote themselves to work of criticism 
or synthesis. The University reserves 
the right to publish any book written 
by a fellow during his fellowship. 

<$ 700 (in addition, fellow may have free 
rooms and meals in one of the Univer- 
sity Halls, if he so desires) 

B 1 academic year 

* I 8 3 

ES The Registrar, Rhodes University, 
Grahamstown 

(A 1055) 

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIVE COLLEGE, 
Fort Hare, Cape Province, South Africa 

Donor: Mr. W. A. Russell 

W. A. Russell Scholarship 
tt Medicine 
Unrestricted 
A Available to students of South African 

Native College. 
& Approx. 50 p. a. 
H Unspecified 

* 1 " 

9 The Registrar, South African Native 
College, Fort Hare 



(A 1056) 

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIVE COLLEGE, 

Fort Hare, Cape Province, South Africa 
Donor: Mr. F. J. Greenslade 
Greenslade Medical Scholarship 

tt Medicine 

<$ Unrestricted 

Jft Available to students of South African 
Native College; awarded on satisfac- 
tory completion of the pre-medical 
science courses at Fort Hare. 

& Approx. 50 p. a. 

IS 4 to 5 years 

A 1 ' 

Hi The Registrar, South African Native 
College, Fort Hare. 

(A 1057) 

SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 
E. Oliver Ashe Overseas Scholarship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to male students who have 
lived at least 2 years or had their 
schooling in Kimberley (S.A.); must 
have had at least 2 years' study at a 
South African university towards taking 
a degree. 

& 300 p. a. or such amount as the 
university shall decide on 

K 2 years 

* 1 23 

ES Candidate's own university 

(A 1058) 

SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 
Elsie Ballot Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

<8* United Kingdom: Cambridge University 

Jft Available to candidates born in South 
Africa and domiciled in Natal, the 
Transvaal, or the Orange Free State, or 
having received a considerable part of 
their education in one of these provinces; 
age 19 to 25; unmarried; must be cap- 
able of taking Cambridge matriculation. 

& 400 p.a. 

21 2 years 1 

A Unspecified 2 * 

EH Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and 
Overseas), Trustee Department, P.O. 
Box 434, Pretoria 

(A 1059) 
SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 

Smithson Research Fellowship 
tt Natural sciences 

United Kingdom: Cambridge University 
Jft Available to candidates from South 

Africa; must be British nationals; age 

preferably under 35. 
& 900 p.a. 
ffi 4 years 



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UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA Continued 



* 1 (not known at what intervals award 
is available) 

Candidate's own university 

(A 1060) 

UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH, 
Stellenbosch, Cape Province, South Africa 

Donor: Sir Abe Bailey 

Abe Bailey Scholarship 
M Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Oxford University 
M. Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Stellenbosch; must have M.A. 
or M.Sc. with distinction. 

& 450 p.a. 
B 3 years 

1 every 3 years 

No application required 

(A 1061) 

UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH, 
Stellenbosch, Cape Province, South Africa 
Donor: Study Fund for South African 
Students in the Netherlands 
Netherlands Scholarship in Agriculture 
ftfl Agricultural engineering 

Netherlands: Landbou Hogeschool, 
Wageningen 

M. Available to South African students 
who have taken degree of B.Sc. (Fores- 
try) at the University of Stellenbosch. 

& 1,200 florins p.a. 

O 1 academic year l 

* 1 8 

Bi Department of Forestry, University of 
Stellenbosch 

(A 1062) 

STUDY FUND FOR SOUTH AFRICAN 
STUDENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS, 
P.O. Box 1219, Pretoria, South Africa 

Bursaries 
Ml Unrestricted 

# Netherlands 

JSL Available to South African nationals; 
age limit usually 25; awards are given 
to students who have completed a 
3-year course at a South African uni- 
versity and who have a Master's degree 
or degree of LL.B., B.D., B.V.Sc. or 
M.B. Ch.B. 

rf 1,800 florins p.a. plus tuition fees 

K 1 academic year * 

ft 20 2S 

fli Secretary, Genootskap Nederland-Suid- 
Afrika, P.O. Box 1219, Pretoria, by 
1 May and 1 October 

(A 1063) 

WILLIAM SMITH THOMAS MEMORIAL 
FUND, c/o Messrs. S. Thomson and Young, 
P.O. Box 228, Johannesburg, South Africa 

Scholarships 
Aft Engineering 

U.S.A.: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 



Jft Available to graduates in engineering 
of South African universities. 

<$ Tuition and laboratory fees and allow- 
ance for books ; maximum 200 

S 1 academic year x 

ft Unspecified 

BH Candidate's own university 

(A 1064) 

UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERS- 

RAND, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 

Africa 

Council of Education Post-graduate 
Scholarship 

M Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

A Available to graduates of the University 
of the Witwatersrand of not more than 
2 years' standing; age limit 26; the 
scholarship is intended primarily for 
advanced study, rather than for re- 
search work. 

*S 375 p.a. 

B 2 years 

* I 28 

Bi University of the Witwatersrand, 
Johannesburg, by 15 December 

(A 1065) 

UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERS- 
RAND, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 
Africa 

Donor: Government of the Union of 

South Africa 

(a) Union Post-graduate Scholarships 

(b) University Council Post-graduate 
Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

<& Unrestricted 

J9. Available to the most distinguished 
graduates at the University of the 
Witwatersrand; age under 30; must 
have been a registered student at the 
University for at least 3 ^ears. 

A (a) 300 p.a.; (b) 375 p.a. 

O 2 years 

ft (a) 2 2 8 ; (b) 1 2 8 

ES University of the Witwatersrand, 
Johannesburg, by 15 October 

(A 1066) 

UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERS- 
RAND, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 
Africa 

Herbert Ainsworth Scholarship 
tt Modern history 
South Africa and overseas: 1 year at 

least at University of the Witwatersrand 
J& Available to graduates of any South 

African university. 
& 150 p.a. plus 50 for books; 250 p.a 

for any period during which holder is 

overseas 
3 2 years l 
ft 1 every 3 years 

Candidate's own university or college 



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UNITED KINGDOM 



(A 1067) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Treasury 
Committee for Studentships in Foreign 
Languages and Cultures, Her Majesty's 
Treasury, Treasury Chambers, Great George 
Street, London S.W.I, England 

Post-graduate Studentships in Foreign 

Languages and Cultures 
tt Oriental, Slavonic, East European 

and African studies 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to candidates holding first 
class honours degree of any university 
within the British Commonwealth ; 
age preferably 21 to 27, but applications 
on behalf of candidates up to 35 will be 
considered; must be sponsored by 
Faculty Board of Studies appropriate 
to studies chosen by the students; 
sponsoring body or individual must 
belong to university, college or insti- 
tution in receipt of Treasury grant; 
restricted to students having bona fide 
intention of following career of teaching 
and research in U.K. in foreign lan- 
guages and cultures. 

A Junior studentship covers university 
fees and maintenance allowance for 
18 months maximum probationary 
period in U.K. ; thereafter senior student- 
ship allowance of from 440 to 500 
p. a.; overseas allowance in accordance 
with the cost of living in country of 
study, transportation, etc. 

II 3 to 6 years ; one third of this period to be 
spent in country to which studies 
relate 

Unspecified 23 (24 awarded in 1951-52) 

Treasury , Committee for Studentships 
in Foreign Languages and Cultures, 
Her Majesty's Treasury, Treasury Cham- 
bers, Great George Street, London 
S.W.I, by 10 June or as specially arranged 

(A 1068) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Agriculture and Fisheries, 1-4 Cambridge 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London N.W.I, 
England 

Agricultural Post-graduate Research 
Scholarships 

It Agricultural economics, statistics, 
husbandry, engineering, dairy engi- 
neering 

United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, 
U.S.A. 

M Available to British nationals; must 
have an honours degree in the subject 
to be taken and preferably should have 



some practical experience. Award is 
intended to provide post-graduate train- 
ing which should fit the holder of 
scholarship for posts in agricultural 
advisory or teaching work. 

& 300 to 350 p. a. plus transportation, 
tuition fees, books, etc. A higher 
maintenance allowance may be paid in 
certain countries abroad 

SI 1 to 3 years J 

* 30 a 8 

Hi Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries 
(Research Branch), 1-4 Cambridge 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London N.W.I, 
by May 

(A 1069) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Department 
of Agriculture for Scotland, St. Andrew's 
House, Edinburgh 1, Scotland 

Post-graduate Agricultural Scholarships 
tt Husbandry, agricultural and dairy 
engineering, agricultural economics, sta- 
tistics 

* United Kingdom and those countries 
abroad which provide the type of 
training required 

JR. Available to British nationals resident 
in Scotland ; must have degree in the 
subject of study or an allied subject and 
preferably should have some practical 
experience. Award is intended to train 
holder for research, experimental or 
advisory work in agriculture in the 
United Kingdom. 

& 250 to 350 plus transportation, fees, 
and allowance of up to 10 for books, etc. 

1 to 3 years 

* 8 8 3 

9 Department of Agriculture for Scotland, 
St. Andrew's House, Edinburgh 1, by 
1 May 

(A 1070) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Agricultural 
Research Council, Cunard Building, 15 
Regent Street, London S.W.I, England 

Junior Agricultural Research Fellowship 
II Agricultural research 
United Kingdom and those centres 
abroad which provide the type of 
training required 

Jfi. Available to British nationals; must 
hold an honours degree in science or a 
degree in agriculture, have completed 
not less than 3 years' post-graduate 
study and be nominated by the super- 
visor of their post-graduate work. 
& 600 p. a. plus approved travelling 



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expenses, tuition fees and subsistence 

allowance while abroad 
M Maximum 3 years 
* Unspecified 

* Agricultural Research Council, Gunard 
Building, 15 Regent Street, London, 
S.W.I 

(A 1071) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Agricultural 
Research Council, Cunard Building, 15 
Regent Street, London S.W.I, England 
Research Training Grants and Student- 
ships 

tt Agricultural science, animal health 
$ United Kingdom and those centres 
abroad which provide the type of 
training required 

M Available to British nationals; must 
hold good honours degree in pure 
science of a British Commonwealth 
university, a veterinary qualification, 
or an equivalent qualification; candidate 
must evince a genuine desire to take up 
a career in agricultural research in 
Great Britain. 

& 250 to 350 p. a. plus approved travell- 
ing expenses, tuition fees, up to 10 for 
books, etc. Maintenance may also be 
paid while abroad 
ffl Maximum 3 academic years 

* 25 * 8 

Agricultural Research Council, Cunard 
Building, 15 Regent Street, London 
S.W.I 

(A 1072) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Development 
Commission, 6a Dean's Yard, Westminster, 
London S.W.I, England 

Fishery Research Training Grants 
tt Marine and freshwater fishery research 
& United Kingdom and those centres 
abroad which provide the type of 
training required 

Jft Available to British nationals, prefer- 
ably male; must hold good honours 
degree in pure science of a British 
Commonwealth university, or an equi- 
valent qualification; candidates must 
evince a genuine desire to take up a 
career in marine or freshwater fishery 
research. 

<5 250 to 400 p. a. plus transportation, 
tuition fees, up to 10 for books, etc. 
Maintenance may also be paid while 
abroad 
I 1 academic year l 

* 2or3 28 

EH Development Commission, 6a Dean's 
Yard, Westminster, London S.W.I 

(A 1073) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Colonial 
Office, The Church House, Great Smith 
Street, London S.W.I, England 



Colonial Research Fellowships 
tt Any type of research likely to be of 
value to the Governments of the terri- 
tory or territories in which it is to be 
undertaken 

British Non-self-governing Territories 
M. Available to candidates in the British 
Commonwealth and Empire ; age 
limit 35; must have university degree in 
natural or social sciences, experience 
of research and ability to pla^. and 
prosecute investigations without close 
supervision. Awards are to encourage 
qualified scientists to give special 
attention to colonial problems and to 
enable them to pursue research work 
in the British Colonial Empire. 
& Maximum 575 p. a. plus transportation, 
foreign service allowance while abroad 
at Government rates and essential 
apparatus or material 
IB. Maximum 3 years 

* Unspecified 2 a 

Bi The Under Secretary of State (Research 
Department), Colonial Office, London 
S.W.I 

(A 1074) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Ministry of 
Education, London W.I, England 

Athlone Fellowships 
tt Enfiinecringf 

* United Kingdom 

A Available to nationals of Canada and 
to British nationals normally resident 
in Canada; age limit normally 27; must 
have taken engineering degree at a 
Canadian university or college; 28 of 
the awards are for graduates immediate- 
ly after graduation and 10 are for 
graduates who have already spent some 
time in industry; awards are to enable 
recipients to study at universities or 
colleges or to undertake training in 
approved industrial organizations. 

& 6. 10s. per week plus transportation and 
tuition fees 

K Maximum 2 years 

* 38 28 

Si Candidate's own university or college 

(A 1075) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Foreign Office 
Grants 

tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to German nationals; awards 
are generally given to persons in the 
professions, local government, educa- 
tion including adult education, youth 
services, etc., to enable them to under- 
take a special programme designed to 
show them developments in the United 
Kingdom. 

& Covers maintenance and partial or 
complete transportation 



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H Unspecified 
A Unspecified 

Bi Cultural Relations Group, c/o Office of 
the Land Commissioner 

(A 1076) 
BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Foreign Office 

Grants 
Civics and politics 

* United Kingdom: Wilton Park at 
Wiston, Steyning, Sussex 

Jfl. Available to German nationals holding 
positions in public life. Participants 
attend residential conferences at Wilton 
Park on current political and social 
problems, designed to increase Anglo- 
German understanding. 

<$ Covers maintenance and partial or 
complete transportation 

E 2 to 6 weeks 

* Unspecified 2 3 

IS Cultural Relations Group, c/o Office of 
the Land Commissioner 

(A 1077) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Foreign Office 
Donors: British Government and (1) 
Dutch Co-ordinating Committee for Cul- 
tural Relations with Germany; (2) 
Schweizer Vortragdienst 
Grants 

tt Civics and politics 

United Kingdom: Wilton Park at 
Wiston, Steyning, Sussex 

A Available to nationals of the Nether- 
lands and Switzerland who wish to 
participate in residential courses at 
Wilton Park on current political and 
social problems, designed to increase 
Anglo-German understanding. 

& Covers maintenance and travel 

H Generally 1 or 2 weeks 

* Approx. 4 participants are sent from 
each country for each course 

B Dutch Co-ordinating Committee for 
Cultural Relations with Germany, Lange 
Houtstraat 26, The Hague, or Schweizer 
Vortragsdienst, Helvetiastrasse 14, Berne 

(A 1078) 

ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY, Aberdeen, 

Scotland 

Exchange Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Aberdeen University 

M. Available to students of Zurich Uni- 
versity in exchange for similar awards 
offered by Zurich to Aberdeen University 
students. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition fees 

O 1 academic year 

* 2 * 8 



Secretariat de l'Universit6 de Zurich, 
Zurich 

(A 1079) 

TRUSTEES OF ACLAND SCHOLAR- 
SHIP FUND, c/o Co-operative Union Ltd., 
Holyoke House, Hanover Street, Manches- 
ter 4, England 

Donor: The late Sir Arthur H. D. Acland, 
Bt. 

Dyke Acland Travelling Scholarships 
tt Industrial, social or educational 
conditions in countries outside the 
United Kingdom 
<$ Ijnrestricted 

M Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age 20 to 30; awards are given to candi- 
dates who wish to study, investigate 
and report upon developments deemed 
to be of interest and importance to the 
Co-operative and Labour movements. 
& Approx. 400 
U Approx. 9 months * 

* 1 * 3 

M Secretary, Acland Trustees, c/o Co-oper- 
ative Union Ltd., Holyoke House, 
Hanover Street, Manchester 4 

(A 1080) 

ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION, 
Woburn House, Upper Woburn Place, 
London W.C.I, England 

Donor: The late Mr. II. E. David 
H. E. David Trust 
tt Medicine, surgery, teaching or any other 

learned or scientific profession 
<8* United Kingdom or other European 

countries 

Jft Available to nationals of Iraq who are 
of the Jewish faith; must be educated to 
matriculation standard; on completion 
of studies recipients must return to own 
country and act as teachers or practise 
a learned or scientific profession. 
& 330 p. a. plus transportation 
IS According to study needs; usually 
3 years l 

* nil (1 or 2 may be available in 1953-54) 
Bi Anglo- Jewish Association, Woburn 

House, Upper Woburn Place, London 
W.C.I 

(A 1081) 

BEIT MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR 
MEDICAL RESEARCH, Lister Institute 
of Preventive Medicine, Chelsea Bridge 
Road, London S.W.I, England 

Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medi- 
cal Research: (a) Junior Fellowships; 
(b) Senior Fellowships 
tt Medical research 
United Kingdom 
M. Available to nationals of all countries 



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provided they are graduates of any 
university in British dominions, pro- 
tectorates and trust territories, India, 
Pakistan and the Republic of Ireland, 
or hold a medical diploma rcgistrablc 
in the United Kingdom; Senior Fellow- 
ships are given to former holders of 
Junior Fellowships. 

<$ (a) 600 p.a.; (b) 900 p.a. 

K 3 years 

A Unspecified 8 8 

Secretary, Beit Memorial Fellowships for 
Medical Research, Lister Institute of 
Preventive Medicine, London S.W.I., 
by 14 April 

(A 1082) 

BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY, Edgbas- 
ton, Birmingham 15, England 

Raymond Priestley Fellowship 
tt Research in any field 

United Kingdom: Birmingham Uni- 
versity 

M, Available to a graduate of Toronto 
University to carry out research work 
at Birmingham University. 

4 Unspecified 

5 Unspecified 

* 1 every 3 years (Available in 1954-55) 

The Registrar, The University, Edgbas- 
ton, Birmingham 15 

(A 1083) 

BRADFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
(Inc.), Commerce House, Cheapside, Brad- 
ford, Yorks., England 

Donor: The late Mr. John Speak of 
Mountain, near Bradford 
John Speak's Foundation Foreign Lan- 
guages Trust Fund 
II Any language in general commercial 

use 

9 Suitable European countries 
Jl Available to male British-born nation- 
als engaged in the U.K. export trade; 
age over 18; must be educated at least 
to school certificate standard; recipient, 
when abroad, must be attached to a 
firm as a volunteer, without pay. Award 
is intended to provide export trade of 
the U.K. with competent foreign 
travellers. 

*$ 25 to 35 per month plus transportation 
B 6 months 

* 6 28 

Bradford Chamber of Commerce (Inc.), 
Cheapside, Bradford, by end February, 
end May, end October 

(A 1084) 

BRISTOL UNIVERSITY, Bristol, England 
Michael Hiatt Baker Scholarship 

Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Bristol University 

Jfc Available to graduates from Neiv 
Zealand; recipient will normally be 



expected to spend 2 years in research 
in the University for a higher degree, 
but may be allowed to spend some time 
elsewhere. 

& 350 p.a. 

H 2 years l 

* I 28 

Hi Candidates are nominated by the 
University of New Zealand 

(A 1085) 
BRISTOL UNIVERSITY, Bristol, England 

Donor: Boot's Pure Drug Company Ltd. 

Boot's Research Scholarship 
tt Scientific research 
i$ United Kingdom: Long Ashton Research 

Station of Bristol University 
JR Available to graduates of universities 

in the British Commonwealth ; must 

have high honours degree in science. 
5 300 p.a. 
TS. 2 years 

* 1 every 2 years a 

Hi The Registrar, The University, Bristol 

(A 1086) 

BRITISH COMMITTEE OF THE WORLD 
UNIVERSITY SERVICE, 59 Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, London W.I, 
England 

World University Service (Great Bri- 
tain) Grants for Refugee Students in 
Great Britain 
tt Unrestricted 
United Kingdom 

M. Available to refugee students in the 
United Kingdom; age approx. 20 to 30; 
preference given to students who have 
almost completed their studies and who 
are likely to become self-supporting in 
the near future. 
<S 12 per month 
UL According to study needs 

* 10 2 8 

Hi World University Service, Co-operating 
Committee for Great Britain and 
Northern Ireland, 59 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London W.I 

(A 108'/) 

BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AND 
EMPIRE NURSES WAR MEMORIAL 
FUND, Dorset House, Stamford Street, 
London S.E.I, England 

Donors: (b) Gilchrist Educational Trust ; 

(c) Thomas Wall Trust; (d) Countess 

Mountbatten of Burma ; 

(a) Permanent Fund Scholarship 

(b) Gilchrist Scholarship 

(c) Thomas Wall Scholarship 

(d) Mountbatten Scholarship 
tt Nursing 

$ Unrestricted except for (a) which is 

tenable in the United Kingdom 
J. Available to British subjects who are 
nurses from (a) Canada (British Colum- 



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bia), (b) Pakistan, (c) Australia 

(Tasmania or another State other than 
New South Wales) and South Africa, 
(d) India; must have qualification 
equivalent to U.K. State Registered 
Nurse and State Certified Midwife; 
must have had at least 5 years' expe- 
rience after completion of training and 
must be educated to School Certificate 
standard. 

& 350 

X Unspecified 

* (a) 1; (b) 2; (c) 1; (d) 1 (Similar awards 
will probably be made to other parts 
of the Commonwealth in 1953-54) 

H Awards already allocated 

(A 1088) 

BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AND 
EMPIRE NURSES WAR MEMORIAL 
FUND, Dorset House, Stamford Street, 
London S.E.I, England 

Donors: (b) Trustees of Sir James Knott 
Charity Trust ; (c) Devon British Legion 
Women and others 

(a) Permanent Fund Scholarships 

(b) Sir James Knott Scholarship 

(c) Devon and East Cornwall Scholar- 
ship 

tt Nursing. 

* Countries other than the United Kingdom 
M. Available to British State Registered 

nurses and midwives in the United 
Kingdom; (b) is limited to nurses or 
midwives having or having had some 
connection with Northumberland or 
Durham and (c) to nurses or midwives 
working in Devon or East Cornwall and 
intending to return there for at least 
1 year; must have had at least 5 years' 
experience after completion of training 
and must be educated to school certi- 
ficate standard. 

<5 350 

B Unspecified 

* (a) 4 ; (b) 5 ; (c) 1 (similar awards will prob- 
ably be made by the Fund in 1953-54) 

B Scholarships Secretary, British Common- 
wealth and Empire Nurses War Memor- 
ial Fund, Dorset House, Stamford 
Street, London S.E.I, by 19 February 

(A 1089) 

BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AND 
EMPIRE NURSES WAR MEMORIAL 
FUND Dorset House, Stamford Street, 
London S.E.I, England 

Donors: (a) Royal College of Physicians 
(b) Gilchrist Educational Trust 

(a) Royal College of Physicians Scholar- 
ship 

(b) Gilchrist Scholarship 



ft Nursing 

(a) Unrestricted 

(b) Australia or New Zealand 

M, Available to British subjects who are 
nurses from (a) the Gold Coast and 
(b) the Fiji Islands; must have 
qualification equivalent to U.K. State 
Registered Nurse and State Certified 
Midwife; must have had at least 5 years' 
experience after completion of training 
and must be educated to School Certi- 
ficate standard. 

& 350 

B Unspecified 

A (a) 1; (b) 1 (Similar awards will probably 
be made by the Fund to other British 
Colonies in 1953-54) 

Hi Awards already allocated 

(A 1090) 

BRITISH COUNCIL, 65 Davies Street, 

London W.I, England 

British Council Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Afghanistan, 
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bah- 
rein, Barbados, Basutoland, Be- 
chuanaland, Belgium, Brazil, Bur- 
ma, Canada, Ceylon, Chile, Colom- 
bia, Cuba, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, 
Ethiopia, Finland, France, French 
Morocco, Germany, Greece, Haiti, 
Hashemite Jordan, Hong Kong, 
Iceland, India, Indo-China, Indo- 
nesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, 
Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, 
Lebanon, Libya, Luxembourg, Malta, 
Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, New 
Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, 
Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, 
Southern Bhodcsia, Spain, Sudan, 
Swaziland , Sweden , Switzerland , 
Syria, Thailand, Trinidad, Turkey, 
Union of South Africa, Uruguay, 
Yugoslavia; and from time to time to 
nationals of Bolivia, Costa Blca, 
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El 
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, 
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, 
Venezuela; age preferably 25 to 35; 
must be university graduates or of 
equivalent status; recipient must return 
to own country at end of his course of 
study. 

& At Oxford and Cambridge 350 and 
fees; in London 310 and fees; 
elsewhere 290 and fees. Travel to 
and from, and approved travel within, 
the U.K. is paid and allowance of up to 
10 given for books, etc. 



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S 1 academic year (10 months) or 2 aca- 
demic years (22 months) 
* Approx. 300 28 

British Council Representative, H.M. 
Mission, or other appointed agent, in 
candidate's country of residence, 12 
months before beginning of academic year 

(A 1091) 

BRITISH COUNCIL, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I, England 

British Council Short-term Bursary 

Scheme 
M Any industry or profession 

United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of most coun- 
tries; age preferably 25 to 35; must 
be fully qualified in their occupation or 
profession. Recipients are expected 
to follow their normal occupations while 
in the United Kingdom and to return 
to own countries at end of bursary 
period. 

^ Covers maintenance and transportation 

E 3 to 6 months x 

Approx. 200 2 8 

British Council Representative in can- 
didate's country of residence, at least 
6 months before start of visit 

(A 1092) 

BRITISH COUNCIL, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I, England 

British Council Scholarships to Working 

Class Colleges 
M Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

Jft Available primarily to nationals of 
European countries; age approx. 25 
to 35; awards are given to enable 
officials and workers in the trade union, 
co-operative, educational and other 
sections of the working class movements 
to study the methods and practices 
adopted in the United Kingdom. 
Scholarships are normally tenable at 
working-class colleges. 

^ Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion, pocket-money, approved travel 
within U.K., book and holiday allowances 

ffl 10 months 

Approx. 12 

Hi British Council Representative in candi- 
date's country of residence 

(A 1093) 

BRITISH COUNCIL, 65 Davies Street, 
London W.I, England 

Travel Grants for Promotion of Inter- 
change between Universities in the Uni- 
ted Kingdom and in Commonwealth 
Countries 
M Unrestricted 

United Kingdom and Australia, Canada, 
Ceylon, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, 
South Africa 



Jft Available to (a) university teachers on 
recognized study leave with pay, (b) dis- 
tinguished scholars and scientists invited 
by universities for short visits and 
(c) post-graduate research workers hold- 
ing research grants and university 
teachers wishing to read for a higher 
degree, to enable them to go to the 
United Kingdom from Common- 
wealth countries and vice versa. 
& Covers transportation 
IS. (a) and (c) minimum 6 months; 
(b) usually minimum of 6 weeks 

* Unspecified 23 

E3 (a) and (c) Vice-Chancellor or Principal 
of candidate's own university for 
forwarding to the Secretary, Committee 
for Commonwealth University Inter- 
change, c/o The* British Council, 65 
Davies Street, London W.I, by 31 
December for (a) and 31 March for (c); 
(b) The Vice-Chancellor or Principal of 
the inviting university should send 
particulars of the visit it desires to 
arrange to the above address, by 31 
December 

(A 1094) 

BRITISH EMPIRE CANCER CAMPAIGN, 

11 Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park Corner, 

London S.W.I, England 

British Empire Cancer Campaign Fellow- 
ships 

O Subject directly connected with the 
problem of cancer 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to candidates in the Uritish 
Commonwealth and I mpire, age 
limit 60 for Senior Fellowship and 35 for 
Junior Fellowship; must have recog- 
nized medical degree or diploma from a 
university in the British Commonwealth 
and Empire. Awards are to encourage 
research into the causation and cure of 
cancer in all its forms. 

& 2,000 to 2,600 p. a. for Senior 
Fellowship, 1,500 to 1,900 p.a. for 
Intermediate Fellowship or 1,000 to 
1,200 p.a. for Junior Fellowship, plus 
transportation and allowance for appa- 
ratus, etc. 

SI Maximum? years * for Senior Fellowship, 
maximum 5 years for Intermediate 
Fellowship or maximum 3 years for 
Junior Fellowship 

* Unspecified 

B British Empire Cancer Campaign, 11 
Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park Corner, 
London S.W.I 

(A 1095) 

BRITISH EMPIRE CANCER CAMPAIGN 
11 Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park Corner, 
London S.W.I, England 

British Empire Cancer Campaign Fellow- 
ships 



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tt Cancer research 

* United Kingdom 

Jti Available to Canadian nationals quali- 
fied to undertake cancer research; 
must be recommended by the dean of a 
medical school or other appropriate 
university head. 

A 1,000 

B 1 year 

* 2 2 

H National Cancer Institute of Canada, 
800 Bay Street, Toronto, by 15 November 

(A 1096) 

BRITISH EMPIRE CANCER CAMPAIGN 

11 Grosvcnor Crescent, Hyde Park Corner, 

London S.W.I., England 

British American Exchange Fellow- 
ships in Cancer Research 

tt Cancer research 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. having 
a doctor's degree; must have qualifi- 
cations necessary to pursue investigation 
in the fundamental sciences or in 
clinical medicine. 

& 1,000 plus allowance of $600 for travel 

I 1 year 

* 3 2 8 

9 Committee on Growth, National 
Research Council, 2101 Constitution 
Avenue, Washington 25, D.C. 

(A 1097) 

BRITISH EMPIRE CANCER 
CAMPAIGN: Nottinghamshire Council, 
Clayson Chambers, Carrington Street, 
Nottingham, England 

Fellowships 
tt Cancer research 

* United Kingdom: University of Nott- 
ingham 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must have recognized medical degree. 
Awards are to encourage research into 
the causation and cure of cancer in all 
its forms. 

tf 900 to 1,200 p. a. for Senior Fellow- 
ship; 600 to 800 p.a. for Junior 
Fellowship 

I 3 years 

* 223 

Hi Nottinghamshire Council of the British 

Empire Cancer Campaign, Gordon 
House, Carrington Street, Nottingham 

(A 1098) 

BRITISH FEDERATION OF UNIVER- 
SITY WOMEN, 17a Kings Road, London 
S.W.3, England 

(a) Caroline Spurgeon Scholarship ; (b) City 
of London Scholarship ; (c) Crosby Hall 
Scholarship 



tt (a) Arts ; (b) and (c) Unrestricted 

* United Kingdom: Crosby Hall, London 
(International Club House of BFUW) 

Jl Available to university graduates who 
are members of National Associations 
which are affiliated to the International 
Federation of University Women. 
Awards are made to promote inter- 
national understanding. 

& Minimum 400 

I 1 academic year 

* At least 1 of the 3 scholarships pro- 
bably available each year 

ES National Association of University 
Women of which candidate is a member, 
by October of year preceding award 

(A 1099) 

BRITISH FEDERATION OF UNIVER- 
SITY WOMEN, 17a Kings Road, London 
S.W.3, England 

Ida Smcdley MacLean Junior British 

Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 
JR Available to graduates of universities 

in the Itritish Isles who are members 

of BFUW; age under 26. 
& 100 
EC 1 academic year 

* 1 2 

iS British Federation of University Women, 
17A Kings Road, London S.W.3, by 
April 

BRITISH FEDERATION OF UNIVER- 
SITY WOMEN, 17a Kings Road, London 
S.W.3, England 

Rose Sidgwick Memorial Fellowship - 

sec Award No. A 1421 

(A 1100) 

BRITISH INSTITUTE IN PARIS, 20 
Wetherby Gardens, London S.W.5, Eng- 
land 

British Institute in Paris Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
France: Paris 

M. Available to British nationals; must 
have university degree. Awards are to 
encourage advanced students in French 
and other subjects, and also students 
wishing to obtain a thorough knowledge 
of contemporary French life for business 
or other reasons. 
A 275 
H 1 academic year 

* 4 (3 available in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 
ES The Secretary, British Institute in 

Paris, 20 Wetherby Gardens, London 
S.W.5, between mid- February and 30 
April 



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(A 1101) 

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 
Tavistock Square, London W.C.I, England 
(a) Research Scholarships; (b) Walter 
Dixon Scholarship ; (c) Ernest Hart 
Memorial " Scholarship; (d) Insole 
Memorial Scholarship 
tt (a), (b) and (c) Medical research 
(d) Research in venereal diseases 

Unrestricted 

M Available to nationals of all countries 
though generally given to British 
nationals; preference given to members 
of the medical profession. Scholars shall 
not necessarily be required to devote 
their whole time to the work of research. 

4 (a) 200; (b) 250; (c) 250; (d) 250 
B 1 year l 

* (a) Unspecified* '; (b) 1 * 
(c) 1 * ; (d) 1 every 2 years 

British Medical Association, Tavistock 
Square, London W.C.I, by 31 March 

(A 1102) 

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, 14 and 
15 Grosvenor Crescent, London S.W.I, 
England 

Study Visits 
tt Any field of Red Cross training 

United Kingdom 

M Available to members of other National 
Red Cross Societies; must be persons 
who have taken an active part in their 
Society's work and who, after complet- 
ion of the study visit, will return to a 
responsible position within that Society. 

A Maintenance and travel within the 
United Kingdom 

5 Unspecified 

fc Unspecified 2 8 

National Red Cross Society in candi- 
date's own country 

(A 1103) 

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, 14 and 
15 Grosvenor Crescent, London S.W.I, 
England 

British Red Cross Society Florence 
Nightingale Memorial Scholarships 
tt Post-certificate nursing study 

Countries other than United Kingdom 
M Available to women nationals of the 

United Kingdom who are trained 
nurses. 

4 350 

5 6 months to 1 year 

2 2S 

British Red Cross Society, 14 and 15 
Gorsvenor Crescent, London S.W.I 

(A 1104) 

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, 14 and 
15 Grosvenor Crescent, London S.W.I, 
England 

British Red Cross Society-Florence 
Nightingale Memorial Scholarships 



tt Post-certificate nursing study 

United Kingdom 

JB. Available to trained nurses from (a) 
British colonial territories and (b) 
countries other than the United King- 
dom and British territories. 

6 350 

X 6 months to 1 year 

* (a) 1 *; (b 3 ) 1 a 

OBI Red Cross Society in candidate's own 
country or territory 

(A 1105) 

BRITISH POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL 
FEDERATION, Central Office, 2 Gordon 
Square, London W.C.I, England 

Post-graduate Travelling Fellowships 
tt Pre-clinical or clinical branches of 

medicine or surgery 

* Unrestricted 

Jft Available to British nationals; must 
have registrable medical qualifications 
and must already hold an appointment 
or be engaged in post-graduate study 
at one of the undergraduate or post- 
graduate teaching hospitals or medical 
schools of the University of London. 

& 800 to 1,100 p. a., according to country 
of study, plus transportation and 
allowance of 250 p.a. for wife and 50 
p. a. for each child 

B 1 year 

* Unspecified 2 3 

M The Assistant Director, British Post- 
graduate Medical Federation, Central 
Office, 2 Gordon Square, London 
W.C.I 

(A 1106) 

BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME, 1 Lowther 
Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 
England 

Rome Scholarships 
tt Architecture ; Painting ; Sculpture ; 

Engraving 

Italy: British School at Rome 
JR Available to British nationals; must 

be under the age limit prescribed by the 

Faculty of the School conducting the 

competition. 
<l 400 p.a. 
M 2 years * 

A 4 2 8 : 1 in each of the subjects listed 
Hi The Hon. General Secretary, British 

School at Rome, 1 Lowther Gardens, 

Exhibition Road, London S.W.7 

(A 1107) 

BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME, 1 Lowther 
Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 
England 

(a) Rome Scholarship in Classical Stu- 
dies; (b) Rome Scholarship in Mediaeval 
Studies 

tt (a) Classical studies 

(b) Mediaeval studies 



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* Italy: British School at Rome 

M. Available to British nationals. 
<$ Maximum 300 p.a. 

5 2 years 

* (a) 1 8 8 ;(b)l * 

B) The Secretary, Faculty of Archaeology, 
British School at Rome, 1 Lowther 
Gardens, Exhibition Road, London 
S.W.7 

(A 1108) 

BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME, 1 Lowther 
Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 
England 

Abbey Major Scholarship 
tt Painting 

6 Italy: British School at Rome 

M. Available to British and U.S. nation- 
als; must be under the age limit 
prescribed by the Faculty of the School 
conducting the competition. 

6 400 p.a. 

O 1 year 

* 1 * a 

EH The Hon. General Secretary, British 
School at Rome, 1 Lowther Gardens, 
Exhibition Road, London S.W.7 

(A 1109) 

BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME, 1 Lowther 

Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 

England 

Bernard Webb Studentship 

II Historical and critical study of archi- 
tecture 

Italy: British School at Rome 

Jfl Available to British nationals; age 
under 32; must be students who have 
been members of the Architectural 
Association for 4 years. 

& 350 

X Variable 

k 1 every 2 years 

B The Hon. General Secretary, British 
School at Rome, 1 Lowther Gardens, 
Exhibition Road, London S.W.7 

(A 1110) 

BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME, 1 Lowther 

Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 

England 

Rivoira Scholarship 

O Mediaeval archaeology 

Italy: British School at Rome 

A Available to British male nationals; 
must be graduates of Oxford or Cam- 
bridge Universities. 

4 150 p.a. 

121 1 year 

k I every 2 years 

H The Secretary, Faculty of Archaeology, 
British School at Rome, 1 Lowther 



Gardens, Exhibition Road, London 

S.W.7 

(A 1111) 

BRUSH ABOE GROUP OF COMPANIES, 

Duke's Court, Duke Street, St. James's, 

London S.W.I., England 

BRUSH ABOE Group Commonwealth 
Scholarships 

M Engineering 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to male nationals of Australia, 
Canada, Ceylon, India, New Zealand, 
Pakistan, Union of South Africa; 
age over 21; must have taken an 
honours degree in engineering at a 
recognized university, or have another 
approved qualification; preference given 
to graduates whose studies have inclu- 
ded both mechanical and electrical 
engineering subjects. Awards are to 
enable recipients to visit U.K. to follow 
a practical apprentice-ship and study 
methods and products of the BRUSH 
ABOE Group 

& Transportation plus weekly rate compar- 
able to that paid to other graduate 
apprentices (approx. 320 p.a.) 

E 24 months 

* 12 23 : 2 to Australia, 2 to Canada, 1 to 
Ceylon, 1 to India, 2 to New Zealand, 
1 to Pakistan, 3 to South Africa 

m BRUSH ABOE Group of Companies, 
Duke's Court, Duke Street, St. James's, 
London S.W.I, by June 

(A 1112) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Elmore Medical Research Studentship 

Itt Medieine 

United Kingdom: Cambridge Univer- 
sity 

3. Available to male graduates born in 
any country within the British I^mpire 
other than Scotland, to enable them to 
undertake medical research. 

& Varies, usually 400 p.a. 

SI 2 years 

* 1 2 3 

B Regius Professor of Physic, Department 
of Medicine, Cambridge University, 
Cambridge 

(A 1113) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Oliver Gatty Studentship 

tt Colloid science 

United Kingdom: Cambridge Univer- 
sity 

M. Available to graduates of all universi- 
ties, preferably graduates of universities 



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outside Great Britain; award is for the 
encouragement of research in the 
application of physical methods to 
biological problems. 

A Approx. 450 

fi 1 year 

* 1 

The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by 1 June 

(A 1114) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Humanitarian Trust Studentship 
tt Public international law 

United Kingdom: Cambridge Uni- 
versity 

M Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age under 32; must have obtained a 
degree or diploma at a university or 
college in the British Commonwealth 
and Empire, U.S.A., the Continent of 
Europe, U.S.S.R., at the Hebrew Uni- 
versity of Jerusalem or at any other 
university or college approved by the 
Electors, and prove their fitness to 
engage in advanced study. 

A Approx. 400 

1 year 

1 

The Secretary of the Faculty Board of 
Law, Cambridge University, Cambridge, 
by 1 June 

(A 1115) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Jebb Scholarship 

tt Literary study and examination in 
Greek and Latin or in one of these 
languages with English or some other 
European language and literature 

United Kingdom: Cambridge Univer- 
sity 

M. Available to British subjects who have 
graduated with honours either in 
Classics, or in Greek or Latin together 
with some other European language 
and literature, in a university recog- 
nized by Cambridge as an Associated 
Institution in the British Common- 
wealth, excluding Great Britain and 
Ireland; must be nominated by head of 
institution of which he is graduate. 

4 100 

ff 2 years 

1 

The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1116) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Edith Mary Pratt Musgrave Studentship 

and Fund 
tt Anatomy, physiology, or life history 



of the alcyonaria, corals and related 
organisms 

9 Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of universities of 
the United Kingdom, British Domi- 
nions and British Dependencies ; 
preference given to women graduates 
and to persons intending to undertake 
research in waters other than those 
round the British Isles. 

& Unspecified 

IS Unspecified 

A Unspecified 

G9 Managers of the Balfour Fund, Cam- 
bridge University, Cambridge 

(A 1117) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Pinsent-Darwin Studentship 

tt Mental defects, diseases, or disorders 

United Kingdom (Cambridge Univer- 
sity) and elsewhere 

M Available to nationals of all countries 
to enable them to undertake original 
research in the field of study. 

& Approx. 250 

X 3 years 

* 1 2 

Hi The Secretary, Pinsent-Darwin Student- 
ship, Psychological Laboratory, Cam- 
bridge 

(A 1118) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Research Studentships in Economics 

tt Economics 

United Kingdom: Cambridge Univer- 
sity 

A Available to graduates, or persons about 
to become graduates, of any university 
other than Cambridge, age under 27, 
who are nominated by the appropriate 
authorities in their own universities and 
who declare their intention of becoming 
candidates for the Ph.D. degree in 
Cambridge University, or to any person 
other than a member of Cambridge 
University who can produce evidence 
of exceptional qualifications for train- 
ing in research. 

& 150 to 400 p.a. 

IS Maximum 3 years 

J 1 or more * s 

Bi The Secretary of the Board of Research 
Studies, The Old Schools, Cambridge, 
by 15 April 

(A 1119) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Shell Chemical Engineering Studies Fund 
Grants and Shell Research Studentships 
tt Chemical engineering 



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United Kingdom: Cambridge Uni- 
versity 

M. Available to candidates who are or 
become members of Cambridge Uni- 
versity to enable them to pursue a 
course of study, training or research. 

& Varies according to circumstances 

X 2 years 

H 1 or more * * 

Head of the Department of Chemical 
Engineering, Cambridge University, 
Cambridge, by 20 May 

(A 1120) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

(a) Allen Scholarship 

(b) Amy Preston Reed Scholarship 

(c) W. A. Meek Scholarship 

tt Literary or scientific research 

United Kingdom (Cambridge Univer- 
sity) or elsewhere 

M. Available to graduates of Cambridge 

University: age under 29. 
<S (a) 250; (b) 150; (c) 250 
1 year 

Usually 1 each of (a), (b) and (c) 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by 13 February 

(A 1121) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Henry Carrington and Bentham Dumont 

Koc Studentship 
II Award is given for travel, preferably in 

connexion with the study of Greek 

literature 

Greek lands, including Greece and 
places of ancient Greek settlement such 
as those in Italy, Sicily, France, Spain 
or Asia Minor 

M, Available to graduates of Cambridge 

University; age limit 28. 
4 200 
1 year 

1 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1122) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Craven Studentship 

II Languages, literature, history, ar- 
chaeology or art ol Ancient Greece 
or Koine, or the comparative philo- 
logy of the Indo-European languages 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to students qualified for 
Cambridge B.A. to enable them to 
pursue advanced study or research. 

-5 200 



21 1 year 

* 1 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1123) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Sir Albert Howard Travel Exhibition 
tt Botanical research 
41 Unrestricted 
M Awarded to a candidate elected from 

among students offering botany in 

Part II of the Natural Science Tripos at 

Cambridge University. 
<5 Approx. 25 
ffi 1 year 

* 1 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by 24 April 

(A 1124) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Sandys Studentship 

tt Languages, literature, history, ar- 
chaeology or art of Ancient Greece 
or Rome, or the comparative philo- 
logy of the Iiido-Europeaii languages 

Unrestricted 

A Available to male members of Cambridge 
University who have qualified to gra- 
duate; age limit 25. 

& 200 

B 1 year 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1125) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Gibson Spanish Scholarship 
tt Spanish literature 
& Cambridge University and Spain or 

some Spanish-speaking country 
Jf, Available to Cambridge University 

graduates for advanced study or 

research. 
& 100 
X 1 year 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1126) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Dame Bertha Phillpotts Memorial Fund 
tt Old Norse and Icelandic 
& Unrestricted 
M. Available to students at least in their 

second year at Cambridge University. 



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4$ Scholarship minimum 50; grants for 

lesser amounts 
3 1 year 
A Unspecified * * 

Professor B. Die kins, Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge, by June 

(A 1127) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Prendergast Studentship 
tt Greek language, literature, history, 

philosophy, archaelogy or art 
9 Usually Greek lands 
Jii Available to male members of Cambridge 

University who have passed the final 

B.A. examination. 
& 200 
M 1 year 
* 1 * 

The Registrary, The Old Schools, Cam- 
bridge, by June 

(A 1128) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Scandinavian Studentship 
tt Languages, literature, philosophy, 

history, economic conditions, art, 

archaeology 

Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden 

Jft Available to students of Cambridge 
University who have passed some final 
examination for B.A. degree, to enable 
them to pursue advanced study or 
research. 

& 200 

B 1 year 

1 8 

Head of the Department of Other 
Languages, Cambridge University, Cam- 
bridge 

(A 1129) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Tennant Studentship 

19 Unrestricted 

6 Norway 

M. Available to Cambridge University 
students who have qualified for B.A., 
to enable them to pursue advanced 
study or research involving 8 months' 
residence in Norway. 

6 Approx. 250 

S 1 year 

1 

Hi The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by 20 May 

(A 1130) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Henry Arthur Thomas Travel Exhi- 
bition 
tt Award is given for the advancement of 



classical learning by travel in Medi- 
terranean countries 

Greece, Italy and other countries 
bordering on the Mediterranean 

Jl Available to students of Cambridge 
University who are taking a Classical 
or Modern and Mediaeval Languages 
honours course, or who have obtained 
the Diploma in Classical Archaeology. 

& Unspecified 

X 1 year 

A Unspecified 

BH The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by 9 November 

(A 1131) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 
England 

Tiarks German Scholarship 
tt Language or literature of Germany 
<B United Kingdom and Germany or some 

German-speaking country 
Jl Available to graduates of Cambridge 

University. 
<S 200 
SI 1 year 
A 1 or more 2 8 
El The Registrary, The Old Schools, 

Cambridge, by June 

(A 1132 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge 

England 

Walston Studentship 

tt Classical archaeology 

Greek lands, including Greece and 
places of ancient Greek settlement such 
as those in Italy, Sicily, France, Spain 
or Asia Minor 

M. Available to students of Cambridge 
University who have passed the exami- 
nation for the Diploma in Classical 
Archaeology, or Part II of the Classical 
Tripos (Group D), or the Third Examina- 
tion in Architectural Studies. 

<S Approx. 146 

I 1 year 

* 1 a * 

B The Registrary, The Old Schools, 
Cambridge, by June 

(A 1133) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, 

England 

Whewell Scholarship 

tt International law 

9 United Kingdom: Cambridge Univer- 
sity 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age under 25; award is made on the 
results of an examination. 

6 Maximum 100 

X 2 years 

fc 1 or more * *' 

HI The Secretary of the Council of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, by 1 March 



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(A 1134) 

CARNEGIE TRUST FOR THE UNI- 
VERSITIES OF SCOTLAND, 22 Hanover 
Street, Edinburgh, Scotland 
Donor: Andrew Carnegie 
(a) Carnegie Fellowships; (b) Carnegie 
Senior Scholarships; (c) Carnegie Schol- 
arships; (d) Carnegie Grants 
I Scieoce, medicine, history, econo- 
mics, English literature, modern 
languages 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to candidates of Scottish 
origin or of proved Scottish descent; 
for (a) must he honours graduate of 
senior standing of a Scottish university 
or a senior member of the staff of a 
Scottish university; for (b) must be 
honours graduate (preferably first class) 
of a Scottish university or a full-time 
member of the staff of a Scottish 
university and must have done at 
least 3 years' successful research; for 

(c) must be honours graduate (preferably 
first class) of a Scottish university; for 

(d) must be first class honours graduate 
of a Scottish university and be of 
approved quality in research pro- 
jects or a member of the staff of a 
Scottish university or college receiving 
aid from the Trust. 

A (a) 800; (b) 350 plus 100 for fees, 

books and travel; 

(c) 300; (d) Variable 
M 1 year l 

* (a) 2 ; (b) 17 
(c) 32 ; (d) 16 

The Secretary, Carnegie Trust for the 
Universities of Scotland, 22 Hanover 
Street, Edinburgh, by 15 March 

(A 1135) 

CIBA FOUNDATION, 41 Portland Place, 
London W.I, England 

Exchange Fellowships 
fll Medical research 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of France; must 
be medical graduates or internes; awards 
are given in exchange for those given by 
the National Institute of Hygiene, 
France, for nationals of the United 
Kingdom. 

A Approx. 50 per month 

1 2 to 4 months 

fc 3 to 6 2 3 ; as the agreement between the 
Foundation and the National Institute 
of Hygiene provides for exchanges of 
12 months of fellowships, the number 
awarded depends on the duration of 
each award 

33 Institut National d'Hygiene, 3 rue 
Leon Bonnat, Paris 16 e 



(A 1136) 
COLEG HARLECH, Harlech, Merioneth, 

Wales 

Bursaries 

M English literature, social history, 
psychology, philosophy, trade union- 
ism, arts and crafts 

United Kingdom: Coleg Harlech 

Jft Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age limit 45; awards are given to further 
international understanding through the 
medium of adult education. 

& Maximum 15 per term or 45 per session 

JS 1 term x 

* Maximum 12 2 s 

EH Educational Interchange Council, 43 
Parliament Street, London S.W.I, or 
The Secretary, Coleg Harlech, Harlech, 
Merioneth 

(A 1137) 

COLEG HARLECH, Harlech, Merioneth, 
Wales 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Coleg Harlech 

A Available to students of the Inter- 
national People's College, Elsinore, 
in exchange for similar awards offered 
by that College lo students of the Coleg 
Harlech. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition 

1 1 term 

A Approx. 6 f * 
Bi International People's College, Elsinore 

(A 1138) 

CO-OPERATIVE COLLEGE, Stanford 
Hall, Loughborough, Leics., England 

Exchange Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Co-operative College 
JL Available to students of the Interna- 
tional People's College, Elsinore, in 
exchange for similar awards offered by 
that College to students of the Co- 
operative College. 

5 Covers maintenance and tuition 
3 terms 

* 1 or 2 2 

EH The Principal, International People** 
College, Elsinore 

(A 1139) 

CO-OPERATIVE UNION LTD., Stanford 
Hall, Louerhborough, Leics., England 

Colonial Scholarship 

II Problems of co-operative development 
$ United Kingdom: Co-operative College 
M Available to candidates from British 
colonial territories? age over 18; 
should have some experience in co- 
operative development. Awards are to 



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help in training co-operators, parti- 
cularly from the voluntary co-operative 
movements in colonial territories. 

4 160 (maintenance and tuition at the 
College cost 127). Additional help may 
be available from the British Council 

E 1 academic year 



1 

Co-operative College, 
Loughborough, Leics. 



Stanford Hall, 



(A 1140) 

CO-OPERATIVF UNION LTD., Stanford 
Hall, Loughborough, Leics., England 

Scholarships 
M I in restricted 

Denmark: International People's Col- 
lege, Elsinorc 

M Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom } age over 18; must have 
taken a course of study under Co- 
operative auspices e.g., at Co-operative 
classes, by correspondence course, or 
at Co-operative College. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition fees 

1 2 or 4 weeks 

k Unspecified 

Chief Education Officer, Stanford Hall, 
Loughborough, Leics., by 20 April 

(A 1141) 

COURTAULDS' SCIENTIFIC AND 
EDUCATIONAL TRUST FUND, c/o 
Messrs. Courtaulds Limited, 16 St. Martin' s- 
le-Grund, London E.C.I, England 

Post-graduate Research Scholarships 
tt Branches of natural science applicable 

to the textile, plastics and allied 

industries 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
candidates are required to make a 
statement of the research proposed and 
to produce evidence that, if successful, 
they will be grunted research facilities. 

Maximum 375 p. a. 

M 1 academic year * 

10 * 3 

H Secretary, Courtaulds* Scientific and 
Educational Trust Fund, Courtaulds 
Limited, 16 St. Martin's-le-Grund, Lon- 
don E.C.I, by mid' February 

(A 1142) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM, 46 North 
Bailey, Durham, England 

Imperial Chemical Industries Fellowships 
Ml Research in chemistry, plixsics, or a 

related subject 

United Kingdom: Durham or New- 
castle 

JH Available to nationals of all countries 
to carry out research at Durham or the 
Newcastle division of the University. 

4 600 to 800 p.a. 

M 3 years i 



* 5 

The Registrar, University Office, 46 
North Bailey, Durham 

(A 1143) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM, 46 Nortn 
Bailey, Durham, England 

Turner and Newall Fellowship 
M Research in engineering, inorganic 

chemistry, or physics 
<B United Kingdom: Durham or Newcastle 
JA Available to nationals of all countries 

to carry out research at Durham or the 

Newcastle division of the University. 
& 750 p.a. 
H 3 years * 
J 1 (available when vacant) 

The Registrar, University Office, 46 
North Bailey, Durham 

(A 1144) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KING'S 
COLLEGE, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1, 
England 

Exchange Scholarship 
It Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Durham University 
M Available to students of Zurich Uni- 
versity for study at Durham University 
during the winter semester. 

<5 Covers fees 
M 1 semester 

1 

B Secretariat de 1'Universite de Zurich, 
Zurich 

(A 1145) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KING'S 
COLLEGE, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1, 
England 

Donor: British Coke Research Association 

Coke Research Fellowship 
M Coding industry 

United Kingdom: King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 

Jft Available to duly qualified candidates 
intending to enter the coking industry 
or some other branch of the fuel industry. 

& 350 

01 1 academic year 

1 > 

The Registrar, King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 1, by 1 May 

(A 1146) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KING'S 
COLLEGE, Newcaslle-upon-Tyne 1, 
England 

Donors: (a) David Brown Tractors Ltd* 

(b) Harry Ferguson Ltd. 

(a) David Brown Scholarship 

(b) Harry Ferguson Scholarship 
Ml Agricultural engineering 

United Kingdom: King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 

M, Available to graduates in engineering 



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of any recognized university. Graduates 
in agriculture are also eligible for (b). 

4 (a) 200 p. a.; (b) 250 p.a. 

E 2 years 

* (a) 1 * ; (b) 2 * 

I The Registrar, King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 1, by 15 July 

(A 1147) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KING'S 
COLLEGE, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1, 
England 

Heath Surgical Research Scholarship 
I Surjjery 

United Kingdom: King's College or 
elsewhere 

A Available to candidates qualified to 

undertake research in surgery. 
& 200 p.a. 
E 1 or 2 years 

* 1 a 

fli Dean of Medicine, King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 1 

(A 1148) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KING'S 

COLLEGE, Ne\vcastle-upon-T)ne 1, 

England 

Luccock Research Fellowships: (a) Senior 
Fellowships; (b) Junior Fellowships 

tt lUeciieine, including dental surgery 

United Kingdom: King's College, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 

M. Senior Fellowships are available to any 
person who by publication or otherwise 
has proved himself able to carry out 
original research in the field of study. 
Junior Fellowships are available to any 
person holding suitable medical, dental 
or scientific qualifications. 

& (a) Minimum 750 p.a. 
(b) Minimum 300 p.a. 

E (a) Maximum 3 years * 
(b) 1 year 

< Unspecified * * 

tt Dean of Medicine, King's College, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1 

(A 1HP) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: KIING'S 
COLLEGE, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1, 
England 

Rutherford Morison Travelling Scholar- 
ship 
tt Surf j cry 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to candidates for degree of 
Doctor of Surgery in the University 
of Durham to enable them to undertake 
6 months' surgical study abroad. 

& 180 

K 6 months 



1 every 3 years 

Hi Dean of Medicine, King's College, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1 

(A 1150) 

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: St. JOHN'S 
COLLEGE, South Bailey, Durham, England 

Bursary Funds 
I Theology 

United Kingdom: St. John's College* 
Durham 

M. Available to nationals of all countries 
who have been accepted by St. John's 
College; recipients are generally of 
graduate status, usually in divinity, and 
belonging to some Protestant or Ortho- 
dox branch of the Christian Church. 

& Maximum 50 p.a. 

B 1 year * 

^ Unspecified * * 

Hi Principal, St. John's College, Soutb 
Bailey, Durham 

(A 1151) 

DURHAM COLLEGES IN THE UNI- 
VERSITY OF DURHAM, 38 North Bailey, 
Durham, England 

Research Fellowships in Arts and 

Science 
II Research in arts and science 

United Kingdom: Durham Colleges 

M Available to nationals of all countries f 
award is given to senior researchers so 
that they may carry on a project in 
which they have already done a fair 
amount of work. 

& 600 

B 2 years 

A 2 (1 in each subject) every 2 or 3 years 
(Fellowship in arts available in 1953-54 
and science fellowship jprobably available 
in 1954-55) 

Secretary of the Durham Colleges, 
38 North Bailey, Durham 

(A 1152) 

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART, Lau- 
riston Place, Edinburgh 3, Scotland 

Donor: The late Mr. Andrew Grant of 

Pit corl hie 

(a) Junior Travelling Scholarships 

(b) Senior Travelling Scholarships 
II Art, a i-clii lecture 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to post-graduate students of 
Edinburgh College of Art. Junior 
year, Senior Scholarships on merits of 
work done in applicant's graduate or 
post-graduate year, Senior Scholarships 
on merits of work done in a post- 
graduate course within the College, 

4 (a) 300; (b) 500 



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S 1 year 

* (a) 4 ; (b) 1 

The Registrar and Secretary, Edinburgh 
College of Art, Lauriston Place, Edin- 
burgh 3 

(A 1153) 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, South 
Bridge, Edinburgh 8, Scotland 

Ramsay Wright Scholarship 
tt Zoology 

United Kingdom: Edinburgh University 
M. Available to graduates of any university; 

age limit 25; recipient must be prepared 
to carry out research on an approved 
zoological subject at Edinburgh Uni- 
versity. 

4 110 p.a. 

M 1 year 1 

1 a 8 

Bi University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 
Edinburgh 8 

(A 1154) 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, South 
Bridge, Edinburgh 8, Scotland 

Richard Brown Scholarship 
tt^ Divinity, lu\v, medicine, arts, 

science and music in rotation each 

year. For 1952, the award is offered in 

arts 

Unrestricted for Edinburgh University 
graduates; Edinburgh University for 
others 

Jl Available to graduates in arts of any 
kiM > university, of not more than 5 years 

standing. 
A 64 
B 1 year 

I 28 

Bi University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 
Edinburgh 8 

(A 1155) 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, South 
Bridge, Edinburgh 8, Scotland 

Bucher Scholarship 
m Music 

France, Germany, Italy 

M. Available to present and former students 
of Edinburgh University who were born 
in Scotland; age 16 to 25; awards will 
be made on the basis of an examination 
which will include counterpoint, har- 
mony and rhythm. 

4 150 p.a. 

B[ 2 years 

2 28 

University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 
Edinburgh 8 

(A 1156) 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, South 
Bridge, Edinburgh 8, Scotland 

Lorimer Travelling Scholarship 
tt Law, political economy 



Unrestricted 

Jft Available to graduates of Edinburgh 
who, in the 2 years immediately before 
award, have completed the B.L. or 
LL.B. examinations in the following 
subjects: civil law, public law, and 
either constitutional law or political 
economy. 

& 150 

K 1 year 

fc 1 every 2 years 

Hi University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 
Edinburgh 8 

(A 1157) 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, South 
Bridge, Edinburgh 8, Scotland 

Andrew A. Fraser Scholarship 
tt Music 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to Bachelors of Music of the 
year of the award or of the year before 
who are of Scottish parentage and who 
intend to make any branch of music 
their profession. 

& 80 

H 1 year 

* 1" 

Hi University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 
Edinburgh 8 

(A 1158) 

ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION, Dart- 
mouth House, 37 Charles Street, London 
W.I, England 

Walter Hines Page Scholarships 

m 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Great Britain 
and Northern Ireland ; age 25 to 45; 

must be qualified teachers teaching in 
primary, secondary or technical schools; 
recipient is required to lecture at 
ESU Branches and Schools in U.S.A. 

& 50 to 150. Hospitality is provided 

B 4 to 8 weeks 

* 10 * 

Hi Education Secretary, English-Speaking 
> Union, 37 Charles Street, London W.I, 
[ by 16 January 

(A 1159) 

ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION, Dart- 
mouth House, 37 Charles Street, London 
W.I, England 

British and American Schoolboy Schol- 
arships 
tt 

United Kingdom 

M, Available to nationals of U.S.A. ; age 
under 18 years 6 months. The scholar- 
ships are reciprocal and are offered by 
British independent boarding schools 
in exchange for similar scholarships 
offered by U.S.A. independent boarding 
schools for boys in their final year. 



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A Maintenance and tuition 
1 year 
* Approx. 25 

Bl English-Speaking Union, 19 East 54th 
Street, New York 22, N.Y., by February 

(A 1160) 

EXETER COLLEGE, Turl Street, Oxford, 
England 

S. S. Clarke Memorial Travelling Exhibi- 
tion and L. R. Farnell Travelling 
Studentship (these 2 awards are avail- 
able in alternate years) 
M Unrestricted 

Greece or lands of Greek culture 

41 Available to members of Exeter College, 

Oxford, for travel. 
4 40 
E Approx. 4 to 5 weeks 

* 1 * 

Bi Exeter College, Turl Street, Oxford, by 
1 March 

(A 1161) 

FEDERATION OF BRITISH INDUS- 
TRIES, 21 Tothill Street, London S.W.I, 
England 

FBI Overseas Scholarships 
tt Practical training in all branches of 

engineering 

United Kingdom 

411 Available to nationals of British 
Commonwealth and other countries 
which are in relatively early stages of 
industrial development; age under 30 
except in case of candidates with long 
periods of war service ; must be graduate 
of university or technical college and 
have had not less than 1 year's practical 
industrial experience since graduation; 
must intend to return to own country 
and follow profession for which training 
was given. 

& 29 to 31 per month according to 
situation, plus transportation in certain 
cases 

H 2 years 

* Unspecified 28 (6 in 1951-52) 

EG Address of Special Selection Committee 
can be obtained from the Ministry of 
Education in candidate's own country 

(A 1162) 

FEDERATION OF SOROPTIMIST 
CLUBS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND 
IRELAND, 63 Bayswater Road, London 
W.2, England 

Post-graduate Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
United Kingdom 

M Available to business and professional 
women, nationals of Belgium, Den- 
mark, France, Netherlands, Norway 



and also Italy and Sweden ; age 

25 to 65; must be members of the 
European Federation of Soroptimist 
Clubs; recipients usually attend British 
Council study courses. Awards are 
given for the rehabilitation of business 
and professional women (especially 
from former occupied territory) and 
for the mutual interchange of views in 
the furtherance of international peace. 

& Covers maintenance and tuition 

E Usually about 2 weeks 

* Approx. 36 to 40 a 8 

Hi Federation of Soroptimist Clubs of 
Great Britain and Ireland, 63 Bays- 
water Road, London W.2 

(A 1163) 

FIRCROFT COLLEGE, Bournville, Bir- 
mingham, England 

Bursaries 
M Unrestricted 

* United Kingdom: Fircroft College 

M Available especially to male nationals 
of Austria, Germany, Switzerland 
and Scandinavian countries; age nor- 
mally over 21. Awards are intended to 
further international understanding 
through the medium of adult education. 

<5> Covers maintenance and tuition 

B Usually 1 term l 

* Usually 6 

Scandinavians, Swiss and others: Fir- 
croft College, Bournville, Birmingham; 
Austrians: Austrian Committee for 
International Educational Exchange, 
Postfach 21, Kleinmuenchen, Linz/ 
Donau; Germans: Education Branch, 
Office of the Land Commissioner 

(A 1164) 
GIRTON COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 

Eugenie Strong Memorial Fellowship 
Research in field to be determined at 

time of offer 
9 United Kingdom (Girton College), unless 

otherwise decided by the College 

Council 
M. Available to female nationals of all 

countries; age preferably 25 to 35; 

must be university graduates ; preference 

given to candidates who have already 

carried out a substantial piece of 

research in a definite field. 
6 300 p. a. with free residence 
B 3 years 

A 1 (next award probably 1955) 
BE Secretary, Girton College, Cambridge, 

(A 1165) 

GIRTON COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 
Tucker-Price Scientific Research Fellow- 
ship 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



Mnl hematics, natural sciences, or 

an allied subject 

United Kingdom (Girton College), unless 

otherwise decided by tbe College Coun- 

cil 

Available to female nationals of all 

countries, for independent research; 

must be graduates. 

300 p. a. with free residence 

3 years 

1 (next award probably 1955) 

Secretary, Girton College, Cambridge 



(A 1166) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Maclean Scholarship in Semitic Lan- 

guages 
tt Semitic languages 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to graduates and under- 
graduates in the Faculty of Divinity 
of Glasgow University. 

4 400 

B 1 year 

ft 1 every 2 years * 

Clerk of Senate, Glasgow University, 
Glasgow W.2, by 1 June 

(A 1167) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Mary Margaret Isabel Ure Travelling 

Scholarship 

tt Research in cancer or tuberculosis 
6 Unrestricted 
Jl Available to graduates in medicine of 

Glasgow University of not less than 1 

and not more than 4 years' standing. 
<S 300 p.a. 
fi 2 years 
A 1 * 
EH Clerk of Senate, Glasgow University, 

Glasgow W.2, by 1 June 

(A 1168) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Donors: Glasgow University and McGill 

University 

McGill-Glasgow Exchange Fellowship 
tt Chemistry, physics, zoology, marine 

biology, botany, geology, economics, 

medical sciences 

United Kingdom: Glasgow University 
Jl Available to graduates of McGill Uni- 

versity who wish to take post-graduate 
work at Glasgow University. 

4$ Maintenance, tuition, $400 towards 
transportation, and grant of 50 

B 1 academic year 

ft 1 3 

The Registrar, McGill University, 
Montreal, by 1 April 



(A 1169) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Exchange Scholarship 
tt In restricted 

United Kingdom: Glasgow University 
M. Available to students of Cornell Uni- 
versity, Li.S.A., in exchange for similar 
scholarship given by Cornell to Glasgow 
students. 

& Cover* transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees 

5 1 academic year 
ft 1 

BS Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 

(A 1170) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Scholarships for Advanced Study in 
Arts 

tt (-lassies, Semitic languages, Eng- 
lish, French, German, Italian, 
Spanish, Celtic languages, Slavonic 
languages, Scandinavian languages, 
philosophy, history, economics, poli- 
tics, mathematics 

United Kingdom: Glasgow University 
Jft Available to nationals of all countries 

to enable them to carry out advanced 
study or research in any of the subjects 
listed. 

6 300 p.a. 
K 2 years 

ft Maximum 4 a s 

The Registrar, Glasgow University, 
Glasgow W.2, by 15 May 

(A 1171) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2 
Scotland 

Donor: Sir Daniel Stevenson, Bt. 

Stevenson Exchange Scholarships 
tt I 'nrestricted 

France, Germany, Spain 

M. Available to graduates and under- 
graduates of Scottish universities, age 
under 26, to study at French, German 
or Spanish universities. 

6 Approx. 100 

S 1 year 

ft Unspecified * * 

B Candidate's own university, by 28 
February 

(A 1172) 

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY, Glasgow W.2, 
Scotland 

Donor: Sir Daniel Stevenson, Bt. 

Stevenson Exchange Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Scotland 

Jft Available to graduates and under- 
graduates of French, German and 
Spanish universities to study at one 
of the Scottish universities. 



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A 250 to 300 

M 1 year 

H. Unspecified f * 

H France: Office National des UniversitSs 
et ficoles Francaises, 96 boulevard 
Raspail, Paris 6 e , in February; Germany: 
Deutscher Akadernischer Austausch- 
dienst, Nassestrasse 11 a, Bonn; Spain: 
candidate's own university 

(A 1173) 

WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF GOLD- 
SMITHS, Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, 
London E.C.2, England 

Goldsmiths' Companys' Post-graduate 

Travelling Scholarships 
M Science, humanities, agriculture, 

technology, economies, music, wrt 

Any country in British Commonwealth 
outside United Kingdom 

M Available to candidates of United 
Kingdom parentage; age under 24, but 
allowance made for war service; must 
be graduates of a university in United 
Kingdom and recommended by uni- 
versity authorities. 

A Minimum 500 p.a. plus transportation 

E 2 years 

A Approx. 5 * * 

H The Clerk, Goldsmiths' Company, Gold- 
smiths' Hall, Foster Lane, London E.C.2, 
by 30 April 

(A 1174) 

WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF GOLD- 
SMITHS, Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, 
London E.C.2, England 

Vacation Travel for London Students 
II Awards are for travel 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to British nationals who are 
undergraduates at certain colleges in 
London University and recommended 
by the college authorities. 

6 Maximum 50 

E 1 to 6 weeks 

Unspecified * 

Candidate's own college, by 30 April 

(A 1175) 

GUYS HOSPITAL, St. Thomas Street, 
London S.E.I, England 

Cosmo and Mabel Bonsor Memorial 

Fund 
II Nursing or allied work 

Unrestricted 

4L Available to the winning student at 
Guys Hospital Nursing School; must 
have S.R.N. and Guys Hospital certi- 
ficate. 

4$ 50 

H 1 academic year 



Guys Hospital, St. Thomas Street, 
London S.E.I 

(A 1176) 

GUYS HOSPITAL, St. Thomas Street, 

London S.E.I, England 

Donor: Clothworker* Company 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 

Exchange Scheme 

Ml !Yl<licul science 

9 United Kingdom or U.S.A. 

M Available for a U.S. national to study 
in the United Kingdom or a British 
national to study in U.S.A.; recipient 
should be an eminent surgeon or 
physician at Guys Hospital. Award is 
intended to facilitate exchange of 
ideas between 2 leading British and 
American hospitals. 

4$ 500 

5 2 to 3 months 

* 1 for U.S.A.; 1 for United Kingdom 
H On invitation 

(A 1177) 

CAROLINE HASLETT TRUST, 35 Gros- 
venor Place, London S.W.I, England 

Caroline Haslett Trust Travelling Exhi- 
bitions 

II Electricity in relation to home econo- 
mics 

* Norway (country of study is decided 
each year by the Trust) 

A Available to British nationals who 
hold Electrical Association for Women 
Diploma in Electrical Housecraft; reci- 
pient is required to lecture on her tour 
and on results of her research. 

<5 200 to 300 plus transportation 

fi 2 to 3 months 

* I 83 

Caroline Haslett Trust, 35 Grosvenor 
Place, London S.W.I, by 15 May 

(A 1178) 

CHARLES AND JULIA HENRY FUND, 
c/o University Chest Office, Oxford, 
England 

Henry Fellowships 
II A definite scheme of study or research 

approved by the Trustees of the Fund 

6 U.S.A. (Harvard University or Yale 
University) 

M. Available to British nationals who are 
graduates of a United Kingdom uni- 
versity, or graduates of a British Domi- 
nion university studying at the time of 
application at a university in the United 
Kingdom, or undergraduates of a 
United Kingdom university who have 
completed at least 3 terms residence in 
that university; age limit 26 on 1 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



January of year of award; must be 
unmarried. 
4 960 

I 1 year . 
A 3 

Secretary, Henry Fund, c/o University 
Chest Office, Oxford, by 1 February 

(A 1179) 

IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE 
AND TECHNOLOGY, South Kensington, 
London S.W.7, England 

Beit Fellowship for Scientific Research 

II Scientific research 

United Kingdom: Imperial College of 
Science and Technology 

JL Available to candidates, age under 25, 
of European descent by both parents, 
who have taken degree at any university 
in the British Commonwealth or hold 
diploma or associateship of any college 
approved by the Trustees. 

4 500 p.a. 

I 2 years 

1 

The Registrar, Imperial College of 
Science and Technology, South Ken- 
sington, London S.W.7 

(A 1180) 

IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE 
AND TECHNOLOGY, South Kensington, 
London S.W.7, England 
Exchange Scholarship 

II Scientific research 

United Kingdom: Imperial College of 
Science and Technology 

M. Available to post-graduate students of 
the Federal Institute of Technology, 
Zurich, in exchange for similar award 
offered by that Institute to post- 
graduate students of the Imperial 
College. 

4 250 plus tuition 

H 1 academic year 

1 " 

cole Poly technique Federale, Zurich 

(A 1181) 

IMPERIAL RELATIONS TRUST, Lon- 
don, England 

Imperial Relations Trust Fellowship 
II Education 

United Kingdom: University of London 
Institute of Education 

'M, Available to nationals of Australia, 
Canada, New Zealand, Union of 
South Africa; must be teachers and 
educationists of experience who are 
likely in due course to occupy influential 
positions in the educational service of 
their respective Dominions. 

4 Approx. 550 

M 1 year 

A 2 to each of the 4 Dominions * 



The Committee of Vice-Chancellors in 
the Dominion concerned 

(A 1182) 

IMPERIAL RELATIONS TRUST, Lon- 
don, England 

Imperial Relations Trust Bursary 
H Broadcasting 

United Kingdom 

Jl Available to nationals of the British 
Dominions ; must be members of the 
staff of a Broadcasting Corporation or 
a regular broadcaster. 

A Approx. 40 per month plus transpor- 
tation and allowances 

K 3 to 6 months 

A 1 to each British Dominion f * 

H Broadcasting Corporation in candidate's 
own country 

(A 1183) 

IMPERIAL RELATIONS TRUST, Lon- 
don, England 

Imperial Relations Trust Travel Grants 

Ml University administration 

United Kingdom and British Dominions 

M. Available to enable Vice-Chancellors, 

heads of university colleges and other 

persons responsible for policy arid 

administration in universities in the 

United Kingdom to visit Dominion 

universities and similar representatives 

of Dominion universities to visit the 

United Kingdom. 

4 Variable 

5 Variable 

fl Unspecified 

Association of Universities of the British 
Commonwealth, 5 Gordon Square, Lon- 
don W.C.I 

(A 1184) 

IMPERIAL RELATIONS TRUST, Lon- 
don, England 

Imperial Relations Trust Bursary 
II Journalism and conditions and life 

in United Kingdom generally 
United Kingdom 
M. Available to an English-speaking and 

an Afrikaans-speaking South African 

journalist. 

6 60 per month plus transportation 
for holder and wife 

B 6 months to 1 year 

* 2 

Hi Press Union of South Africa 

(A 1185) 

IMPERIAL RELATIONS TRUST, Lon- 
don, England 

Imperial Relations Trust Bursary 
II Journalism and conditions and life in 

the United Kingdom generally 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to New Zealand journalists. 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



4 60 per month plus transportation for 

holder and wife 
a 6 months to 1 year 

* 1 

H Newspaper Proprietors' Association of 
New Zealand 

(A 1186) 

INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINI- 
STRATION, Management House, 10 Hill 
Street, London W.I, England 

IIA Travelling Scholarship 
tt Subjects connected with industrial 

management 

* U.S.A. 

Jl Available to British nationals who are 
corporate members of the IIA; must 
be actively engaged in an executive 
capacity in industry or in teaching 
advanced management subjects; on 
expiration of scholarship, recipient must 
return to Great Britain or some other 
part of the British Commonwealth and 
work there for at least 2 years; persons 
who have already studied in U.S.A. 
for more than 1 academic year are not 
eligible for the award. Awards are 
intended to promote international 
understanding and goodwill. 

& 250 

B Minimum 10 weeks 

* 1 * 

Education Secretary, IIA, Manage- 
ment House, 10 Hill Street, London 
W.I, by 31 March 

(A 1187) 

INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS, Savoy Place, Victoria Em- 
bankment, London W.C.2, England 

Donor: Members of the Incorporated 
Municipal Electrical Association 
IMEA Research Scholarship 
tt Electrical engineering 

Unrestricted subject to approval by the 
Council 

4ft Available to British nationals resident 
in Great Britain; age under 30; must 
be graduates in electrical engineering. 

4 420 p.a. 

E 1 year * 

1 8 

*Bi The Secretary, Institution of Electrical 
Engineers, Savoy Place, Victoria Em- 
bankment, London W.C.2, by 1 June 

(A 1188) 

INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS, Savoy Place, Victoria Em- 
bankment, London W.C.2, England 

(a) Oliver Lodge Scholarship; (b) Fer- 
ranti Scholarship; (c) Swan Memorial 



Scholarship; (d) C. P. Sparks War 
Thanksgiving Fund 

tt (a) Research in subject closely allied to 
radio engineering ; (b) Research in 
subject connected with electrical en- 
gineering ; (c) Research in electrical 
engineering; (d) Electrical research 

Unrestricted 

Jft Available to British nationals resident 
in Great Britain; age limit 26 for (a) 
and (d), 30 for (b) and 27 for (c); must 
have pursued a full-time day course in 
electrical engineering for at least 3 years 
and have graduated or obtained a 
degree, certificate or diploma approved 
by the Council of the Institution of 
Electrical Engineers; must be student 
or graduate of the Institution and have 
been such for not less than 2 years; 
consideration is also given to candidates 
with an honours degree in science. 

& (a) 420 p.a.; (b) 500 p.a. 
(c) 120 p.a.; (d) 100 p.a. 
In special cases the payment of travel 
and other allowances may be considered 
in addition 

(a) 1 academic year l 

(b) 2 academic years 

(c) 1 academic year 

(d) 1 academic year 

* (a) 1 a 3 ; (b) 1 every 2 years 
(c) 1 every 3 years; (d) 1 2 * 

n The Secretary, Institution of Electrical 
Engineers, Savoy Place, Victoria Em- 
bankment, London W.C.2, by 1 June 

(A 1189) 

INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS, 
17 Grosvenor Crescent, London S.W.I, 
England 

Arthur Duckham Research Award 
tt Research in gas and its by-products 
9 Unrestricted 
M Available to nationals of all countries ; 

generally awarded to post-graduate 

students of a university. 
6 Variable 
E 1 or 2 years * 

* 1 * 8 

Hi Institution of Gas Engineers, 17 Grosr- 
venor Crescent, London S.W.I 

(A 1190) 

INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS, Storey's Gate, St. James's 
Park, London S.W.I, England 

(a) James Clayton Fellowships, Scholar- 
ships and Grants 

(b) Manville Fellowships 

tt (a) Mechanical engineering or a 
related science 

(b) Mechanical engineering connected 
with the automobile industry 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



Unrestricted, subject to approval of 
Council of Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers 

M Available to male British-born 
national?; age at least 23; must have 
approved engineering degree or have 
satisfied the examination requirements 
of the I.Mech.E. for corporate member- 
ship; preference given to candidates 
who are members of Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers in classes of 
Graduate, Associate Member, or Mem- 
ber and who have had not less than 
18 months' practical training in works. 

rf For Fellowships, 300 to 600 

ff 1 year 1 

Unspecified * * 

fil The Secretary, Institution of Mechan- 
ical Engineers, Storey's Gate, St. 
James's Park, London S.W.I, by mid- 
May 

(A 1191) 

INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGI- 
NEERS, 36 Portman Square London W.I, 
England 

Scho field Dominions Scholarship 
tt Production engineering 

United Kingdom 

M Available in rotation to nationals of 
Australia, India, Union ol South 
Africa and possibly in the future 
Canada and New Zealand ; must be 
graduates of the Institution of Pro- 
duction Engineers. 

<6 Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition 

]2 6 months 

I 28 

flj Institution of Production Engineers, 
36 Portman Square, London W.I 

(A 1192) 

INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGI- 
NEERS, 36 Portman Square, London W.I, 
England 

Scho field Travel Scholarships 
tt I'roduction engineering 

European countries, Canada, U.S.A. 
Jft Available to nationals of the United 

Kingdom who are graduates of the 
Institution of Production Engineers; 
age 23 to 30. Awards are to enable 
young production engineers to broaden 
their outlook and improve their know- 
ledge of production functions, both 
technical and managerial, and by the 
implementation and dissemination of 
that knowledge to improve productivity 
in the United Kingdom. 

<S Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

B 6 months 

* 2 or 3 8 8 

Institution of Production Engineers, 
36 Portman Square, London W.I 



(A 1193) 

VISCOUNT KEMSLEY, Kemsley House, 

Gray's Inn Road, London S.W.I, England 
Kemsley Travelling Fellowships 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

3. Available to British nationals who are 
students of the following universities: 
Aberdeen, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, 
Sheffield, Wales, to enable them to 
continue studies in foreign countries 
and gain knowledge of the life and 
customs of the people. Further condi- 
tions of award are determined by the 
university concerned. (Durham Uni- 
versity also receives a Kemaley Fellow- 
ship but it is generally used as a research 
fellowship at the University.) 

& 400 

1 year l 

A 7 2 8 (1 to each university listed) 

Bi Candidate's own university 

(A 1194) 

VISCOUNT KEMSLEY, Kemsley House, 
Gray's Inn Road, London S.W.I, England 
Kemsley Empire Journalists Scholar- 
ships 
tt Journalism 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to male nationals of Austra- 
lia, Canada, New Zealand, Union of 
South Africa; age under 35; must be 
an outstanding journalist selected by 
Newspaper Proprietors' Association in 
Dominion concerned. 

4 Approx. 15 weekly plus transportation 
and maintenance 

1 year 

* 4 * " (1 to each Dominion listed) 

Newspaper Proprietors' Association in 
candidate's Dominion 

(A 1195) 

KING'S COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 
Dominions Studentships 

tt Unrestricted 

9 United Kingdom: King's College, Cam- 
bridge 

J. Available in 1953 to nationals of Cana- 
da and New Zeailand. Similar awards 
will be available in 1954 to nationals of 
Australia and Union of South Africa* 

& 300 p.a. 

2 years 

fc 2 * 8 : 1 to each country 

Hi Senior Tutor, King's College, Cambridge 

(A 1196) 

KING'S COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 
Ehrman Studentship 

tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: King's College, Cam- 
bridge 

M. Available to students of Yale University 
and California University, in alternate 



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UNITED KINGDOM Cont*/iucT 



years. In 1953 it is available to student! 

of California University 
& 300 
fl 2 years 

* 1 8 8 

Di The President of candidate's university 

(A 1197) 

LADY MARGARET HALL, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Resident Research Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Oxford University. 
Leave of absence may be granted if 
necessary for work 

4K Available to female nationals of all 
countries; must, be graduate; award 
is generally given to someone already 
well started on research and with some 
work already published. Holder is 
required to live in College. 
& 300 p.a. 
K 3 years 1 

* 1 (available when vacant, probably in 
1955) 

E& Secretary, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford 

(A 1198) 

LADY MARGARET HALL, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Donor: Mrs. Bethell 
Susette Taylor Research Fellowship 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

JR Available to female nationals of all 
countries ; must be graduates and 
strong preference is given to members 
of Oxford University. Award is intended 
for independent research in a country 
other than the United Kingdom. 
<5 300 p.a. 
IS 1 year * 
fc 1 (not known at what intervals award 

will be given) 
fli Secretary, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford 

(A 1199) 

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, Leeds 2, Eng- 
land 

Research Fellowship 

tt Research on some aspect of Anglo- 
French relations 

9 United Kingdom: University of Leeds 
M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
recipient will be required to engage in 
approved research and to devote some 
of his time to bibliographical work in 
connexion with the University Library 
collection of Anglo-French books 
published before 1800. 
& 400 
E 1 year l 

* 1 " 

S Registrar, The University, Leeds 2 



(A 1200) 

LEVERHULME RESEARCH FELLOW- 

SHIPS, 3/5 Salisbury Square, London 

E.C.4, England 

Leverhulrne Research Fellowships* 

tt Unrestricted 

9 United Kingdom and abroad 

M. Available to British-born subjects nor- 
mally resident in the United kingdom 
though in exceptional ca*es the residence 
qualification may be waived. Awards 
are intended for senior workers who 
are prevented by routine duties or 
pressure of other work from carrying 
out research. 

& Covers all reasonable expenses 

I 3 months to 2 years 

ft Unspecified * 8 

fli Secretary, Leverhulme Research Fellow- 
ships, 3/5 Salisbury Square, London 
E.C.4 

(A 1201) 

UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL, Brown- 
low Hill, Liverpool 3, England 

John W. Garrett International Univei> 

sity Fellowship 
tt Research in bacteriology, pathology 

or physiology 

United Kingdom: Liverpool University 
M. Available to nationals of all countries; 

must have medical qualification or 

degree in science. 
<S Approx. 400 
B 1 year l 

* 1 

H The Dean, Faculty of Medicine, The 
University, Liverpool 3, by 30 June 

(A 1202) 

UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL, Brown- 
low Hill, Liverpool 3, England 

Johnston Colonial Fellowship 
tt Biochemistry or, failing biochemistry, 

pathology and physiology 

* United Kingdom: Liverpool University 
Bl Available to members of British colo- 
nial universities and medical schools. 

4 400 
H 1 year * 

* 1 8 

ES The Dean, Faculty of Medicine, The 
University, Liverpool 3, by 30 June 

A 1203 

LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 
Inc., 69 Cannon Street, London E.C.4, 
England 

Donor: The late Mr. Charles R. E. Bell 
Charles R. E. Bell Fund Scholarships 
tt CoiniTieree 
$ Unrestiicted 
M. Available to nationals of the United 



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Kingdom; age 18 and over; must be 
engaged in commerce or commercial 
education at time of application and 
intend to continue therein; must pro- 
duce evidence (normally by examina- 
tion) of studies of commerce already 
pursued up to at least the level of 
Chamber's Higher Stage examinations 
in any subject other than shorthand or 
typewriting. 

4 Maximum 500 
E 1 year 

A 1 or more * 8 

Commercial Education Department, 
London Chamber of Commerce, 69 
Cannon Street, London E.C.4 

(A 1204) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2, England 

Research Studentships 
tt Research in the social sciences, 

including law 

United Kingdom: London School of 
Economics and Political Science 

Jl Available to graduates of any university. 
A 250 
X 1 year l 

2 * 

London School of Economics and 
Political Science, Houghton Street, 
Aldwych, London W.C.2, by 12 Sep- 
tember 

(A 1205) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2, England 

Leverhulme Research Studentship 
tt Social sciences 

United Kingdom: London School of 
Economics and Political Science 

M. Available to graduates of any university. 
6 50. Full-time students may receive 
maintenance grant of up to 200 

5 1 year 

1 * 

London School of Economics and 
Political Science, Houghton Street, 
Aldwych, London W.C.2 

(A 1206) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2, England 

Donor: Trustees of the Eileen Power 

Memorial Fund 

Eileen Power Studentship 
tt Research in social and economic 

history 

United Kingdom and other countries 
M Available to nationals of all countries ; 

must be university graduate; recipient 
will be required to spend a period 
during his tenure in some foreign country 



for the purpose of studying some sub- 
ject in social or economic history and a 
recipient not domiciled in the U.K. may 
satisfy this condition by studying for a 
period in the U.K. 

S 300 

fl 1 year 

A 1 every 2 years * 

The Secretary, London School of Eco- 
nomics and Political Science, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2 

(A 1207) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2, England 

Rees Jeffreys Research Studentship 
tt Research in transport 

United Kingdom: London School of 
Economics and Political Science 

Jl Available to candidates who have been 
engaged in the administration of trans- 
port, including road transport, or in the 
production of transport equipment or 
facilities. 

A 200 

X 1 year 

1 8 

I London School of Economics and 
Political Science, Houghton Street, 
Aldwych, London W.C.2 

(A 1208) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, Houghton 
Street, Aldwych, London W.C.2, England 

Studentship for Women 
tt Preferably economic history 
% United Kingdom: London School of 

Economics and Political Science 
JR. Available to women graduates. Award 
is intended to promote the execution 
of definite pieces of original work, 
preferably in economic history or, if 
no suitable candidate is forthcoming in 
that field, in some branch of social 
science, or full-time research. 
& 175 p. a., plus tuition fees 
2 years 
fc 1 every 2 years 

BH London School of Economics and 
Political Science, Houghton Street, 
Aldwych, London W.C.2 

(A 1209) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND 
TROPICAL MEDICINE, Keppel Street, 
Gower Street, London W.C.I, England 

Andrew Balfour Memorial Studentship 
tt Tropical medicine and hygiene 
9 United Kingdom: London School of 

Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 
Jl Available to nationals of all countries $ 

usually awarded to medical practitioner* 

eligible to attend the course for the 



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Diploma in Tropical Medicine and 

Hygiene (England). 
4 Tuition fees 
ffi Usually 5 months (the duration of the 

Diploma course) 
* 1 or 2 2 3 
IS London School of Hygiene and Tropical 

Medicine, Keppel Street, Gower Street, 

London W.C.I, England 

(A 1210) 

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND 

TROPICAL MEDICINE, Keppel Street, 

Gower Street, London W.C.I, England 
Donor: Lord Wandsworth 
Wandsworth Scholarship 

tt Research in tropical medicine 

& Unrestricted 

JsV Available to nationals of all countries 
but preference is given to British 
nationals; must have a medical or 
scientific qualification. 

4 300 plus cost of visit to Tropics, if 
required 

H 2 years 

fc 1 every 2 years $ 

Bi London School of Hygiene and Tropi- 
cal Medicine, Keppel Street, Gower 
Street, London W.C.I 

(A 1211) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, Senate 

House, London W.C.I, England 

Exchange Fellowships for Scientific 
Research 

HI Scientific research excluding medical 
and agricultural research 

01 United Kingdom: London University 

M. Available to French nationals who are 
scientific research workers of proven 
ability, in exchange for similar facilities 
for British research workers offered by 
the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 

<S 350 

B 9 months 1 

A 2 8 

Monsieur le Directeur du CNRS, 4 e Bu- 
reau Echanges, 13 quai Anatole France, 
Paris 7 e , by 1 March 

(A 1212) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, Senate 
House, London W.C.I, England 

University Post-graduate Travelling 

Studentships 
H Research in any field 

Unrestricted 

41 Available to graduates of the 
University of London, normally having 
first class honours or a higher degree; 
age limit 28* 



A According to recipient's needs (Tota 
of 3,000 p. a. is available for awards 

BE 1 academic year l 

* Number awarded depends on the 
amount of each award * * 

University of London, Senate Honse, 
London W.C.I, by 1 March 

(A 1213) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BED- 
FORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I, England 

Post-graduate Research Fellowships 
tt ; Original research in (a) botany, che- 
mistry, geology, physics, zoology, 
physiology; (b) geography, mathe- 
matics, philosophy, psychology, 
social studies; (c) Dutch, French, 
German, Italian, Greek, Latin, Eng- 
lish or history 

United Kingdom: Bedford College 
Jl Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be university graduates and must 
give evidence of their capacity to do 
original research. Awards are to provide 
an opportunity for graduates to return 
to academic work after an interval of 
over 3 years from their first degree. 
& 300 p.a. 
D 1 year l 
fc 3 * 8 : 1 in each group of subjects 

The Secretary, Bedford College for 
Women, University of London, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I, by 1 March 

(A 1214) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BED- 

FORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Regent's 

Park, London N.W.I, England 
Susan Stebbing Studentship 

Hi Philosophy 

4& United Kingdom: Bedford College. 
(In special cases permission may be 
given to study elsewhere) 

A Available to female nationals of all 
countries ; must be university gra- 
duates suitably qualified to undertake 
post-graduate work in philosophy. 

A 100 p.a. 

ffi 1 year 

* 1 every 2 or 3 years 

The Registrar, Bedford College far 
Women, University of London, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I 

(A 1215) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BED- 
FORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I, England 
Lady Muggins Scholarship 
O Sociology 

United Kingdom: Bedford College 



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(permission may be given to study 
elsewhere) 

M Available to female nationals of all 
c< ii i) tries ; must have university degree 
or equivalent and preference is given 
to graduates with honours degree in 
philosophy, psychology, economics or 
sociology. 

Approx. 120 

E 1 year 

ft 1 (not known at what intervals award 
is given) 

The Registrar, Bedford College for 
Women, University of London, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I 

(A 1216) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BED- 
FORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Regent'f 
Park, London N.W.I, England 

Marie Souvestre Scholarship for French 

Women 
flft IJ ii restricted 

United Kingdom 

M Available to female nationals of France ; 
age over 18; must be either qualified by 
matriculation to pursue a degree course 
or a student of graduate standing 
wishing to pursue a course of advanced 
study. 

4 75 p.a. for 2 years or 150 for 1 year 

B 1 or 2 years according to course of study 

ft 1 every 2 years* 

I The Principal, Bedford College for 
Women, University of London, Regent*! 
Park, London N.W.I 

(A 1217) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON BED- 
FORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I, England 
Donor: Reid Trustees 
Notcutt Travelling Studentship 
ftt I nrewlrirtcd 

Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of London 
University who have taken their degree 
at Bedford College. 

4 200 

K Unspecified 

ft 1 (not known at what intervals award 
is available) 

The Hon. Secretary of the Reid Trust, 
Bedford College for Women, Regent's 
Park, London N.W.I 

(A 1218) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON INSTI- 
TUTE OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH, 
Senate House, Malet Street, London W.C.I, 
England 

Research Fellowships in History 
m History 

United Kingdom: Institute of Historical 
Research, London 



JL Available to nationals of all countries 
for post-graduate research in history, 
4 275 

1 academic year * 
ft Unspecified * 

01 The Secretary, Institute of Historical 
Research, Senate House, Malet Street, 
London W.C.I, by 1 May 

(A 1219) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON KING'S 
COLLEGE, Strand, London W.C.2, 
England 

Ronald Burrows Memorial Prize 
M Ancient, mediaeval or modern Greek 

language, literature or history, or 

Greek archaeology 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of all countries 
provided they are graduates of a 
British university or of the University 
of Athens; preference given to honours 
graduates from King's College, London. 

4 30 p.a. 

1 academic year 1 
ft 1 

The Registrar, King's College, Strand, 
London W.C.2, by 30 June 

(A 1220) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON KING'S 
COLLEGE, Strand, London W.C.2, 
England 

Donor: The late Ada Richardson 

Crompton 

Cromplon Scholarship 
Aft French language and literature 

France or Belgium 

M Available to women graduates with 
B.A. honours in French who are OT 
have been registered students at Uni- 
versity of London King's College and 
have completed their honours French 
degree course there, or who have been 
registered research students in the 
Department of French of that College 
for not less than 1 academic year. 

4 150 

I 1 academic year * 

1 

The Registrar, King's College, Strand, 
London W.C.2, by 30 April 

(A 1221) 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON- SCHOOL 
OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN 
STUDIES, London W.C.I, England 

Donor; The late Brigadier James G. H. 

Forlong 

(a) Forlong Scholarships 

(b) Forlong Exhibition* 
tt Oriental learning 

9 United Kingdom: School of Oriental 

and African Studies 
Jst Available to persons of European origin; 

age 17. 



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A (a) 150; (b) 50 
B 1 academic year * 

* Unspecified a * 

The Assistant Secretary, School of 
Oriental and African Studies, London 
W.C.I 

(A 1222) 

THE FACTORS TO THE TRUSTEES OF 
THE LATE MR. WILLIAM McCUNN, 
Messrs. Mitchells, Johnston and Co., 160 
West George Street, Glasgow C.2, Scotland 

(a) McCunn Medical Research Schol- 
arships 

(b) McCunn Travelling Scholarships 

tt Research in medicine, surgery, patho- 
logy, bacteriology, therapeutics, 
pharmacology, public health, phy- 
siology, or physiological chemistry 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to candidates who have 
graduated in medicine at any of the 
Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, 
Aberdeen or St. Andrews within the 
5 years preceding application. 

A (a) 400; (b) 100 

(a) 1 year 

(b) Period less than 1 year as approved 
by the Trustees 

* 4 a (At least 1 each of (a) and (b) and 
2 of either) 

The Factors to the Trustees of the late 
Mr. William McCunn, Messrs. Mitchells, 
Johnston and Co., 160 West George 
Street, Glasgow C.2, by 1 September 

(A 1223) 

EDUCATION OFFICES, Deansgate, Man- 
Chester 3, England 

Donor: The late Mr. William Smith 

William Smith Scholarship 
Ml A European language other than 

English 

Europe 

M. Available to male British nationals 
who are young working men who are 
evening students at an institute or 
school maintained by the Manchester 
Education Committee; age 21 to 29. 

A 27.10s. 

Unspecified 

* 1 ' ' 

H Chief Education Officer, Education 
Offices, Deansgate, Manchester 3, by 
31 January 

(A 1224) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Donor: Rt. Hon. Lord Simon of Wythen- 

shawe, of Didsbury 

Simon Visiting Professorships 
H Social sciences 



United Kingdom: University of Man- 
chester 

M. Available to scholars of distinction of 
all nationalities provided they have 
the qualifications necessary to carry out 
the duties of a professorship at Man- 
chester University; the professorships 
are offered for advanced study or 
research in social sciences and the 
recipient will be required to devote hi 
whole time to the duties of the professor- 
ship. 

6 Not fixed 

fl 1 year l 

k 1 or more 2 * 

Bi The Registrar, University of Man- 
chester, Oxford Road, Manchester, 
by 31 December in year preceding, 
appointment 

(A 1225) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Donor: Rt. Hon. Lord Simon of Wy then* 

shawe, of Didsbury 

Simon Research Fellowships 
tt Advanced study or research in social 

sciences 
C Unrestricted 
Jft Available to mature graduates of 

any university of about 10 years* 

standing from date of their first degree. 
rf Approx. 1,150 p. a. 
S 1 year * 
A 1 or more * 8 
Bi The Registrar, University of Manchester, 

Oxford Road, Manchester, by 1 March, 

(A 1226) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Research Studentships in Arts 
tt Arts 

United Kingdom: University of Man- 
chester 

M. Available to nationals of all countries | 

must be graduates. 
A 250 to 300 
IS 1 year * 

Unspecified 

The Registrar, University of Man- 
chester, Oxford Road, Manchester* 
by 1 July 

(A 1227) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Research Studentships in Economic 

and Social Studies 
tt Research for a higher degree in the 

field of economic and social *liilies 

United Kingdom: University of Man- 
chester 



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M Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be graduates; recipients may be 
asked to do a limited amount of teach- 
ing. 

& 250 to 300 

B 1 year 1 

* Unspecified a * 

The Registrar, University of Man- 
chester, Oxford Road, Manchester, 
by U July 

(A 1228) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Donors: Parents of children evacuated 
to Canada during the war 
Toronto Fund 

M Post-graduate study or research 
United Kingdom: University of Man- 
chester 

Jft Available to Canadian university gra- 
duates, with preference given to gra- 
duates of the University of Toronto. 
& Maximum 100 
fl Unspecified * 
fl Unspecified a 

The Registrar, University of Toronto, 
Toronto, by 7 March 

(A 1229) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 

Oxford Road, Manchester, England 
Donor: Mr. H. E. David 
H. E. David Travelling Scholarships or 
Bursaries 

flft Unrestricted 

Unrestricted, preferably on Continent 
of Europe 

M. Available to graduates of Manchester 
University of not more than 3 years' 
standing, or to undergraduates who have 
satisfactorily completed 2 sessions at 
Manchester University. 

& 60 

B Variable 1 

ft 1 a 8 

Hi The Registrar, University of Man- 
chester, Oxford Road, Manchester, by 
1 March 

(A 1230) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, England 
Donor: Miss E. C. Nightingale 
Alexis Ala din Travel Bursary 
Unrestricted 

Unrestricted, preferably Russia 
Jti Available to female graduates of Man- 
chester University of not more than 
5 years' standing or to staff or students 
of Ashburne Hall of Residence. Award 
is intended to foster international 
understanding, particularly between the 
British and Russian peoples. 
6 75 



fl Unspecified 

* 1 a 

Bi The Warden, Ashburne Hall, Man- 
chester 14, by 1 February 

(A 1231) 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, 

Oxford Road, Manchester, England 

Mary Hope Hogg Memorial Bursaries 

tt Unrestricted for overseas students; 
for British nationals for training for 
career other than teaching, e.g., libra- 
rianship, hospital almonry, social work, 
business administration, etc. 

See below 

A Available to women graduates of 
Manchester for study abroad and to 
women graduates of other universities 
for study at Manchester; in 1953 
preference will be given to women 
graduates of Manchester for study 
abroad 

& Interest on capital fund of 1,018 

B Unspecified 

ft Unspecified a 8 

The Registrar, Manchester University, 
Oxford Road, Manchester, by 20 April 

(A 1232) 

MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 38 Old 

Queen Street, Westminster, London S.W.I, 

England 

Donor: The late Mrs. Florence Temple 
Cross 

Dorothy Temple Cross Travelling Fel- 
lowships 

M Tuberculosis 

Unrestricted; normally elsewhere than 
in U.K. 

Jt Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom ; must be graduates of a 
British university or college and intend 
to devote themselves to the advance- 
ment by teaching or research of cura- 
tive or preventive treatment of tuber- 
culosis in all or any of its forms. 

& 900 p.a. if married or 650 p.a. if 
single (subject to adjustment in the 
case of Fellowships tenable outside the 
sterling area), plus transportation, tui- 
tion fees, laboratory materials 

B 1 year 

* 2 a 8 

EH The Secretary, Medical Research Coun- 
cil, 38 Old Queen Street, Westminster, 
London S.W.I, generally by 15 March 

(A 1233) 

MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 38 
Old Queen Street, Westminster, London 
S.W.I, England 

Donor: Eli Lilly and Company, Indiana- 
polis 6, Indiana 

Eli Lilly Travelling Fellowships in 
Medicine 



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M Medical science (clinical and laboratory) 

* U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom; must have a medical or 
scientific qualification and have some 
training in medical research; awards are 
to provide suitably qualified graduates 
with the opportunity for a period of 
study in U.S.A. before taking up posi- 
tions for higher teaching or research in 
the United Kingdom. 

& $3,600 if married or $2,600 if single, plus 
transportation, tuition fees, laboratory 
materials 

31 1 year 

* 4 28 

Qi The Secretary, Medical Research Coun- 
cil, 38 Old Queen Street, Westminster, 
London S.W.I, by 15 March 

(A 1234) 

MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 38 Old 

Queen Street, Westminster, London S.W.I, 

England 

Donor: Rockefeller Foundation of New 

York 

Rockefeller Travelling Fellowships in 

Medicine 

tt Medical science (clinical and labo- 
ratory) 

U.S.A. and other countries 

M Available to nationals or residents of the 
United Kingdom ; must have medical 
and/or scientific qualification and have 
had some training in medical research. 
Award is to enable suitably qualified 
graduates to spend a period of time 
abroad on medical research before 
taking up positions for higher teaching 
or research in the United Kingdom. 

4 $3,600 p.a. if married or $2,600 p. a. if 
single (U.S.A. only), plus transporta- 
tion, tuition fees, laboratory materials 

IS 1 year 

* 6 ' 3 

B9 The Secretary, Medical Research Coun- 
cil, 38 Old Queen Street, Westminster, 
London S.W.I, generally by 15 March 

(A 1235) 

MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 38 Old 
Queen Street, Westminster, London S.W.I, 
England 

Alexander Pigott Wernher Memorial 
Trust Travelling Fellowships 
M Ophthalmology and ololojjy 
9 Unrestricted 

Jft Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom and British Empire (as 
specified under the terms of the bequest); 
must have a medical qualification and 
research experience in ophthalmology or 
otology. Awards are for specific re- 



search towards the prevention and cure 
of blindness and deafness. 

4 900 p.a. if married or 650 p.a. if single 
(subject to adjustment in the case of 
Fellowships tenable outside the sterling 
area), plus transportation, tuition fees, 
laboratory materials 

3 1 year 

fc Unspecified a 

Bi The Secretary, Medical Research Coun- 
cil, 38 Old Queen Street, Westminster, 
London S.W.I, generally by 31 March 

(A 1236) 

MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 38 Old 

Queen Street, Westminster, London S.W.I, 

England 

Exchange Scholarships in Medical 
Science 

tt Research in biological sciences and 
medical sciences, excluding clinical 
medicine 

9 United Kingdom 

M, Available to French nationals who are 
scientific research workers of proven 
ability, in exchange for similar facilities 
for British research workers offered by 
the National Council for Scientific 
Research in Paris. 

& Approx. 40 per month 

O 1 year l 

* 2 * s 

Bi Monsieur le Directeur du CNRS, 4 e Bu- 
reau fichanges, 13, quai Anatole France, 
Paris 7 e , by 15 January 

(A 1237) 

MITCHELL CITY OF LONDON EDUCA- 
TIONAL FOUNDATION, 1 Arundel Street, 
London W.C.2, England 

Donor: The late Mr. Thomas Alexander 
Mitchell, M.P. 
Educational Grants 
Ml Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

J& Available to nationals of all countries 
provided they or their parents are or 
have been resident in or engaged or 
employed in any trade or occupation 
within the City of London, or who 
attend or have attended any public 
elementary school or any public second- 
ary school within the City of London, 
or Christ's Hospital. Awards are to 
assist children and young persons (not 
graduates) to learn the theory and 
practice of skilled trades, industries 
or employments by technical instruc- 
tion, through institutions and classes 
affording organized instruction. 
<S Maximum 250 in 3 years 
Maximum 3 years (normally) 

* Approx. 10 * * 



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BH Clerk to the Trustees, Mitchell City of 
London Educational Foundation, 1 
Arundel Street, London W.C.2 

(A 1238) 

MONO NICKEL FELLOWSHIPS COM- 

MITTEE, 4 Grosvenor Gardens, London 

S.W.I, England 

Mond Nickel Fellowships 

tt Subjects connected with metallurgical 
and metal-using industries 

$ Unrestricted 

Jft Available to British nationals having 
degree or equivalent qualifications, to 
enable them to obtain wider experience 
and additional training in industrial 
establishments, at home or abroad, 
to make them more suitable for senior 
technical and administrative positions 
in British metallurgical and metal-using 
industries. 

& 650 to 850 

B Unspecified 

* 5 2 3 

Ei The Secretary, Mond Nickel Fellowships 
Committee, 4 Grosvenor Gardens, Lon- 
don S.W.I 

(A 1239) 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
PREVENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS, 
Tavistock House North, Tavistock Square, 
London W.C.J, England 

NAPT Colonial Scholarships 
tt Preventive, clinical, {(dininistrative and 

social aspects of tuberculosis 
United Kingdom 

Jft Available to doctors and nursing and 
sanitary personnel in the service of 
liritisti Colonial Governments and 
the Government of the Sudan ; must be 
locally recruited officers. 
& 80 to 120 (total for 6 awards is 
600). Further amount may be given 
by Colonial Government concerned 
S 6 months 

* 6 2 3 

135 Medical Department in candidate's 
Colony 

(A 1240) 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE 

PREVENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS, 

Tavistock House North, Tavistock Square, 

London W.C.I, England 

NAPT Canadian Scholarships 

tt Tuberculosis 

United Kingdom 

A Available to Canadian doctors to 
enable them to undertake post-gradu- 
ate study in the United Kingdom. 

4 300 to 350 

]S 3 to 6 months 

ft Unspecified 2 s 

Bl Dr. G. J. Wherrett, Executive Secretary, 



Canadian Tuberculosis Association, 265 
Elgin Street, Ottawa 

(A 1241) 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
PREVENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS 

(Scottish Branch), 65 Castle Street, Edin- 
burgh 2, Scotland * 

NAPT Scholarships for Scottish Nurses 
tt Tuberculosis 

G United Kingdom or Scandinavia 
J3. Available to registered female nurses 
working in Scotland; one scholarship 
is for a nurse working in a hospital and 
the other is for a nurse whoe name is on 
the Queen's Roll of the Queen's Insti 
tute of District Nursing. Recipients must 
affirm their intention of continuing in 
tuberculosis work after completion of 
scholarship period. 
& 150 
E 3 months 

* 2 23 

m Miss A. J. Weir, Scottish Secretary, 
National Association for the Prevention 
of Tuberculosis, 65 Castle Street, 
Edinburgh 2 

(A 1242) 

NATIONAL COAL BOARD, Hobart 

House, Grosvenor Place, London S.W.I, 

England 

International Exchange of Mining Stu- 
dents 

tt Mining 

? United Kingdom 

JBL Available to French, German, and 
Hutch mining students nominated by 
the mining professors at the Paris, 
Nancy and St.. Etienne Schools of 
Mines, or the Aachen Technical Uni- 
versity and the Clausthai Mining Aca- 
demy or the Technical University of 
Delft. The exchanges are arranged by 
the National Coal Board and the 
Organization of French Mines, the 
German Mines Directorate and the 
Dutch State Mines in order to broaden 
the practical experience of university 
mining students. The National Coal 
Board arranges visits to mines, mining 
engineering works, welfare and rehabi- 
litation centres, etc. 

<5 Transportation is paid by the sending 
country; maintenance and personal 
allowance provided by the National 
Coal Board 

SI Usually 4 to 6 weeks during summer 
vacation 

* Approx. 70 to 120 2 

Bi Candidate's own university or college 

(A 1243) 

NATIONAL UNION OF STUDENTS, 
3 Endsleigh Street, London W.C.I, England 
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m Unrestricted 
U.S.A. 

M. Available to students in the United 
Kingdom who are members of the 
National Union of Students; awards are 
to enable recipients to visit U.S.A. 
during the summer vacation under the 
auspices of the NUS trans- Atlantic 
student air charter operation and to 
gain such experience as they will be 
able usefully to evaluate in their field 
of study or work on their return to the 
United Kingdom, 

& 25 

H Few weeks or few months during the 
summer vacation 

* 7 

@i General Manager, National Union of 
Students, 3 Endsleigh Street, London 
W.C.I 

(A 1244) 

NEWNHAM COLLEGE, Cambridge, Eng- 
land 

Wheldale-Onslow Research Fellowship 
tt Research work in biolojjical science, 

preferably plant biochemistry 
<& United Kingdom: Newnharn College 
M. Available to female nationals of all 
countries ; must be university gradu- 
ates. 

& 300 p. a. plus maintenance 
D 3 years 

* 1 

EH The Principal, Newnharn College, Cam- 
bridge, by 1 March 

(A 1245) 

NEWNHAM COLLEGE, Cambridge, Eng- 
land 

Sarah Smithson Research Fellowship 
tt Research in philosophy or psychology 
or other research promoting directly 
or indirectly the study of moral 
sciences 

United Kingdom: Ncwnham College 
JtL Available to female nationals of all 
countries ; must be university gradu- 
ates. 

$ 250 p. a. plus maintenance 
S 3 years 

* 1 

E3 The Principal, Newnham College, Cam- 
bridge, by 1 March 

(A 1246) 

NEWNHAM COLLEGE, Cambridge, Eng- 
land 

Mary Ewart Travelling Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Unrestricted 

A Available to former students of Newn- 
ham College. 



<$ Approx. 250 
K 1 year 

fc 1 (availability in future years to be 
decided by the Mary Ewart Trustees) 
tt Newnham College, Cambridge 

(A 1247) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH 

WALES, Bangor, North Wales 
Modern Language Exhibitions 

tt French, German 

# France, Germany, Switzerland 

JSL Available to students at the University 
College of North Wales; must have 
passed the preliminary honours test in 
French or German at that College. 
Award is to enable recipient to spend a 
term at a French, German or Swiss 
university. 

<$ Approx. 50 

21 1 term 

Unspecified 2 * 

IS University College of North Wales, 
Bangor 

(A 1248) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH 

WALES, Bangor, North Wales 

Lord Gladstone Post-graduate Schol- 
arship 

tt I iirestrictecl 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to graduands or graduates of 
not more than 2 years' standing of the 
University College of North Wales, to 
enable them to pursue training for a 
business or profession or for the public 
service 

& 100 

S 1 year 

* 1 2 3 

IS Registrar, University College of North 
Wales, Bangor, by 1 June 

(A 1249) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH 

WALES, Bangor, North Wales 

Hugh Bulheley Price Scholarship 

tt French arid German 

Unrestricted 

J&. Available to students of the University 
College of North Wales who are reading 
for honours in French and German, to 
help them to pursue courses at foreign 
universities. 

<5 Approx. 10 

Si Unspecified 

* Unspecified 

Bi Registrar, University College of North 
Wales, Bangor 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



(A 1250) 

UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM, Uni- 
versity Park, Nottingham, England 

Donor: Kesteven Women's Voluntary 

Services 

Kesteven W.V.S. Travelling Scholarship 
tt Agriculture, horticulture or related 

subjects 

* Denmark, Netherlands or such other 
countries as the University may approve 

M Available to candidates who have taken 
a first degree in agriculture, horticulture 
or related subjects at the University of 
Nottingham. 

A Maximum 150 

B 1 year 

* I 18 

The Registrar, The University, Notting- 
ham, by 1 July 

(A 1251) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Nuffield Foundation Dental Fellowships 

tt Dentistry or dental sciences 

Unrestricted 

4ft Available to Ilritinh nationals having 
a dental qualification or a medical 
degree registrable in the United King- 
dom or having a university degree in 
science; candidates must intend to 
follow an academic career in dentistry 
in the United Kingdom and give a 
definite assurance to this effect. 

& 500 to 800 plus transportation 

S 1 to 3 years 

* Unspecified * 

The. Secretary, Nuffield Foundation, 
12/13 Mecklenburgh Square, London 
W.C.1, by 1 March 

(A 1252) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 
Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 
England 

Nuffield Foundation Medical Fellowships 
tt All branches of medicine but especially 
child health, industrial health, social 
medicine, psychiatry and chronic rheu- 
matism 

* Unrestricted 

4ft Available to British nationals having 
a degree in medicine registrable in the 
United Kingdom; must be of high merit 
and have had some general clinical 
experience since registration; as a rule 
candidates are required to have held a 
residential hospital appointment; should 
intend to follow an academic career in 
the United Kingdom. 

4 900 to 1,300 plus transportation 

X 1 to 3 years 

* Unspecified * 

The Secretary, Nuffield Foundation, 



12/13 Mecklenburgh Square, London 
W.C.I, by 1 May 

(A 1253) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Nuffield Foundation Travelling Schol- 
arships for Farmers of the United 
Kingdom 

tt Modern farming practice, including 
horticulture 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to citizens of the United 
Kingdom who are now managing, or 
intend in future to manage, their own 
farms in the U.K.; age generally 25 to 
40; must have sound practical experi- 
ence of farming. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, 
books, etc. The National Farmers' 
Union of England and Wales, the 
NFU of Scotland and the Ulster NFU 
will be prepared to assist financially and 
otherwise in looking after the holder's 
farming business during his absence 

SI Minimum 6 months 

& Maximum 8 2 8 

ES The Secretary, Nuffield Foundation, 
12/13 Mecklenburgh Square, London 
W.C.I, by 1 March and 1 November 

(A 1254) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Nuffield Foundation Travelling Schol- 
arships for Farmers of Southern 
Rhodesia 

tt Modern farming practice 

United Kingdom 

A Available to nationals of Southern 
Rhodesia ; age generally 25 to 30; must 
have sound practical experience of 
farming and be engaged now and 
propose to remain in farming in South- 
ern Rhodesia. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, 
books, etc. The National Farmers' 
Union of Southern Rhodesia will be 
prepared to assist financially and 
otherwise in looking after the holder's 
farming business during his absence 

IS 6 months 
* 2 a 3 

EH W. Lane Mitchell, Esq., Rhodesia 
National Farmers* Union, P.O. Box 
1241, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 

(A 1255) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 
Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 
England 

Dominion Travelling Scholarships for 

Farmers 
tt Modern* farming practice 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



6 United Kingdom 

J0, Available to nationals of Australia, 
Canada, New Zealand ; age generally 
25 to 35; must have sound practical 
experience of farming and be engaged 
now and propose to remain in farming 
in own Dominion. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, 
books, etc. 

1C 6 months 

A Maximum 2 to each country * s 

Hi Australia: Maurice Brown, Esq., c/o 
Australian National University, Can- 
berra, ACT, by 30 August; Canada: 
Secretary, Canadian Federation of Agri- 
culture, 111 Sparks Street, Ottawa, 
by 30 November: New Zealand: General 
Secretary, Federated Farmers of New 
Zealand, 31-33 Johnston Street, Welling- 
ton C.I, by 1 August 

(A 1256) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Dominion Travelling Fellowships 

tt Medieiiie (3); natural sciences (2); 
humanities (1); social sciences (1) 

United Kingdom 

Jl Available to nationals of Australia ; 
age 25 to 35; must have doctorate or 
comparable degree and have shown 
outstanding capacity to advance know- 
ledge in their subject; must have at 
least 1 year's teaching or research 
experience on the staff of a university 
or similar institution; must return to 
Australia at conclusion of fellowship; 
not allowed to work for degree or 
diploma during tenure of fellowship. 

*5 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

SI 1 year 

fl 7 2 8 (See tt for number given in each 
subject) 

Hi Maurice Brown, Esq., c/o Australian 
National University, Canberra, ACT, 
by 1 November 

(A 1257) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 
Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 
England 

Dominion Travelling Fellowships 
tt Mcdeeine (3); natural sciences (1); 
humanities (1); social sciences (1); 
1 other award is given for either human- 
ities or social sciences 
United Kingdom 

Jft Available to nationals of Canada ; 
age 25 to 35; must have doctorate or 
comparable degree and have shown 
outstanding capacity to advance know- 



ledge in their subject; must have at 
least 1 year's teaching or research 
experience on the staff of a university 
or similar institution; must return to 
Canada at conclusion of fellowship ; not 
allowed to work for degree or diploma 
during tenure of fellowship. 

4 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

B 1 year 

* 7 2 * (See tt for number given in each 
subject) 

Di G. V. Ferguson, Esq., Montreal Daily 
Star, 241-5 St. James Street, Montreal 

(A 1258) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Dominion Travelling Fellowship 

tt Subjects are decided each year 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of Ceylon ; age 25 
to 35; must have doctorate or compar- 
able degree and have shown outstand- 
ing capacity to advance knowledge 
in their subject; must have at least 
1 year's teaching or research experience 
on the staff of a university or similar 
institution; must return to Ceylon at 
conclusion of fellowship; not allowed 
to work for degree or diploma during 
tenure of fellowship. 

& 770 to 890 plus transportation for self 
and, in certain cases, for wife 

1 year 

* 1 

BS H. J. Balmond, Hon. Secretary, Nuffield 
Foundation Advisory Committee for 
Ceylon, No. C. 192, University of Ceylopj 
Colombo 3 

(A 1259) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 
Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 
England 

Dominions Travelling Fellowships 
tt In 1953-54, engineering (preferably 
mining or chemical engineering) (1); 
social sciences (1); natural sciences 
(preferably animal husbandry) (1); me- 
dical sciences (1 for pathology and 
1 for bacteriology) 
United Kingdom 

J& Available to nationals of India ; age 
25 to 35; must have doctorate or 
comparable degree and have shown out- 
standing capacity to advance knowledge 
in their subject; must have at least 
1 year's teaching or research experience 
on staff of a university or similar 
institution; must return to India at 
conclusion of fellowship; not allowed 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



to work for degree or diploma during 
tenure of fellowship. 

4 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

ff 1 year 

* 5 a * (See tt for number given in each 
subject) 

I K. Vyasulu, Esq., Nuffield Foundation 
Indian Advisory Committee, c/o Plan- 
ning Commission, Government House, 
New Delhi, by 28 February 

(A 1260) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Dominions Travelling Fellowships 

tt Medicines natural sciences, humani- 
ties (including social sciences and law) 

9 United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of New Zealand ; 
age 25 to 35; must have doctorate or 
comparable degree and have shown 
outstanding capacity to advance know- 
ledge in their subject; must have at 
least 1 year's teaching or research 
experience on the staff of a university 
or similar institution; must return to 
New Zealand at conclusion of fellow- 
chip; not allowed to work for degree or 
diploma during tenure of fellowship. 

& 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

5 1 year 

* 4 a 

Hon. Secretary, Nuffield Foundation 
New Zealand Advisory Committee, Uni- 
versity of Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, 
by late April 

(A 1261) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 
Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 
England 

Dominions Travelling Fellowships 
tt Medicine and dentistry (1); natural 
sciences and technology (1); human- 
ities and social sciences (1) 
United Kingdom 

Jft Available to nationals of Pakistan ; 
age 25 to 35; must have doctorate 
or comparable degree and have shown 
outstanding capacity to advance know- 
ledge in their subject; must have at 
least 1 year's teaching or research 
experience on staff of a university or 
similar institution; must return to 
Pakistan at conclusion of fellowship ; 
not allowed to work for degree or 
diploma during tenure of fellowship. 

6 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

& 1 year 
fc Maximum 3 a * 

Hi D.S. Ife, Esq., Public Service Commis- 
sion, Karachi 



(A 1262) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Dominions Travelling Fellowships 

M Medicine (2); natural sciences (1); 
Immunities or social sciences (1) 

$ United Kingdom 

A Available to nationals of the Union of 
South Africa ; age 25 to 35; must have 
doctorate or comparable degree and 
have shown outstanding capacity to 
advance knowledge in their subject; 
must have at least 1 year's teaching 
or research experience on staff of a 
university or similar institution; must 
return to South Africa at conclusion of 
fellowship; not allowed to work for 
degree or diploma during fellowship. 

<5 770 to 890 plus transportation for 
self and, in certain cases, for wife 

3 1 year 

A 4 2 3 (See tt for number given in each 
subject) 

S Mr. A. E. Makin, Hon. Secretary, 
Nuffield Foundation South African 
Advisory Committee, P.O. Box 395, 
Pretoria, by 1 June 

(A 1263) 

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, 12/13 

Mecklenburgh Square, London W.C.I, 

England 

Travelling Fellowships for Home Civil 
Servants 

tt As approved by the Foundation 

British Commonwealth 

M. Available to senior members of the 
United Kinjjdom civil service, age 
usually 30 to 45, to enable them to 
study the administration, problems, 
experience arid opportunities of over- 
seas parts of the Commonwealth with 
regard to their own special field of 
work; must return to their civil service 
appointments for not less than 2 years. 

<5 Maximum 1,500 

ffi Minimum 6 months 
* Maximum 3 2 3 

ES The Secretary to the Treasury, Treasury 
Chambers, Great George Street, London 
S.W.I, by 31 January 

(A 1264) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, 
England 

Betty Brookes Research Fellowship 
tt Problems of brain metabolism in 
relation to nervous and mental disease 
United Kingdom: Oxford University 
A Available to nationals of all countries ; 
recipients are appointed on the recom- 
mendation of the Whitley Professor 
of Biochemistry and work in the Depart- 
ment of Biochemistry, but keep in touch 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



\vita relevant clinical work, especially in 
the Nuffield Department of Surgery, 
and are required to undertake such 
teaching as shall be prescribed by the 
Professor and no more. Award is to 
further the study of the biochemical 
factors influencing organic mental disor- 
ders. 

5 500 to ,1200 p. a. 

ffl 3 years 1 

fc 1 (available when vacant) 

Hi Whitley Professor of Biochemistry, 
Department of Biochemistry, Oxford 
University, Oxford 

(A 1265) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 
Donor: Sir John Francis Davis, Bt. 
David Scholarship in Chinese 
tt Chinese language and literature 
& United Kingdom: Oxford University 
Jft Available to nationals of all countries 
provided that their vernacular language 
is not Chinese or Japanese and that they 
have not studied Chinese for more 
than 1 year. 
<S 100 
B 2 years J 

* Nil (1 probably available in 1954-55) 
B The Registrar, University Registry, 

Oxford 

(A 1266) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Imperial Chemical Industries Research 
Fellowships 

tt Physical chemistry, biochemistry, 
colloid science, chemotherapy, phar- 
macology, en<jineeriiiij, metallurgy 
or any other subject related to study of 
chemistry or physics 
United Kingdom: Oxford University 
M. Available to nationals of all countries; 
must have high scientific qualifications 
and shall be required to take part in the 
teaching in the Department of the 
University in which he works. 
<$ Approx. 800 p.a. 
Unspecified 

* Unspecified depends on number of 
vacancies which arise 

ES The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1267) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Kennicott Hebrew Fellowship 
tt Hclrc\v 

<S& United Kingdom: Oxford University 
JBl Available to graduates of Oxford 

University and to candidates who have 



obtained a degree at some university 
in the British Commonwealth and 

Empire, provided the degree has been 
approved by the Hebdomadal Council 
for Senior Status; must have knowledge 
of Hebrew or cognate Semitic languages, 
or at least a Second Class in the Final 
Honour School of Oriental Languages. 

& 250 p.a. 

M 3 years, at least 2 of which are to be 
spent at Oxford University 

fc 1 every 3 years (available in 1955) 

Ei The Regius Professor of Hebrew, Christ 
Church, Oxford, 

(A 1268) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 
Medical Clinical Scholarship 

tt Medicine 

United Kingdom: Oxford University 
Medical School 

3. Available to medical students from the 
l T nifed Ktncidom and to medical 
students from Australia, Canada, 
New Zealand and Union of South 
Africa in rotation; award is to enable 
recipient to pursue clinical studies and 
it ceases when recipient obtains medical 
degree. 

& 250 to 350. In addition, transpor- 
tation is paid for overseas students 

U 3 academic years l 

* 2 23 : 1 to U.K. student and 1 to stu- 
dent* from the other countries in rota- 
tion (New Zealand in 1952-53) 

ES Secretary of the Medical School, Uni- 
veiteity Museum, Oxford 

(A 1269) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Donor: Lord Nuffield 
Nuffield Dominions Demonstratorships 
and Clinical Assistantships 
tt Medieine 

& United Kingdom: Oxford University 
M. Available to graduates of the Uni- 
versities of Adelaide, Melbourne, 
Queensland, and Sydney, Australia, 
the University of IV ew Zealand, and 
the Universities of Cape Town, Pretoria 
and the Witwatersrand, South Afriea; 
for Demonstratorship, must have 
research experience; for Assistantship, 
must have medical qualification obtained 
in one of above universities or in U.K.; 
recipient must return to Dominion from 
which he was appointed and continue 
in like work for at least 5 years. Awards 
are intended to promote the progress of 
medical knowledge by co-operation 
between the Medical School of Oxford 



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University and such of the Universities 

of the Dominions as provide facilities 

for medical research. 
& 500 to 700 plus 150 travelling 

allowance 
31 3 years 
Unspecified (available as advertised 

when vacancies occur) 
fli The Registrar, University Registry, 

Oxford 

(A 1270) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Donor: Lord Nuffield 

Nuffield Grants 
m Medicine 

British Dominions 

Jl Available to British nationals. Award 
is given so that a person eminent in 
the study or practice of medicine may 
visit the Dominions and by delivery 
of lectures or by informal conferences, 
or such other means as may seem 
expedient, give information in regard to 
research and gain information which 
will assist Oxford University to promote 
the progress of medical knowledge by 
co-operation between its Medical School 
and such of the universities of the 
Dominions as provide facilities for 
medical research. 

<S Unspecified 

5 Unspecified 
k Unspecified 

The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1271) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Pressed Steel Research Fellowships 
tt Research in physical sciences 
United Kingdom: Oxford University 
Jl Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be qualified to undertake research 
in the subject of study and shall be 
required to undertake some teaching 
work. 

6 600 to 1,400 p.a. 
X 3 years l 

k Unspecified depends on number of 
vacancies which arise 

The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1272) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Philip Walker Studentship 
tt Original research in pathology 
United Kingdom: Oxford University 
Jfc Available to nationals of all countries ; 

must be qualified to undertake original 

research in pathology. 
4& Approx. 250 



12 1 to 3 years l 

* Nil (1 available in 1953) 

Hi The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1273) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Naples Biological Scholarship 
tt Biological studies 
Italy: Naples 
A Available to graduates of Oxford 

University or members of the University 

who have passed all examinations 

required for B.A. degree or who have 

qualified for B.Sc. degree. 
<S 200 
IS 1 academic year, at least 26 weeks of 

which must be spent at the Zoological 

Station, Naples 

* 1 * 3 

Ei University Registry, Oxford, by 17 June 

(A 1274) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Radcliffe Travelling Fellowship in 
Astronomy 
tt Astronomy 

South Africa (Radcliffe Observatory) 
and United Kingdom (Oxford University 
Observatory) 

Jl Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be nominated by Oxford Uni- 
versity. Recipient spends one half of 
time working under the Observer at 
Radcliffe Observatory and one half at 
Oxford working under the Savilian 
Professor of Astronomy. 
S Approx. 700 p.a. 
IS. Maximum 3 years * 
1 every 3 years (probably available in 

1954-55) 

Bi The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1275) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Radcliffe Travelling Fellowship 
tt Medical science 
Unrestricted 

JR Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity who have passed all examina- 
tions for degree of Bachelor of Arts and 
Bachelor of Medicine and who have not 
exceeded 4 years from taking the last- 
named examination. 
<S 300 p.a. 
X 2 years 

* 1 or 2 2 8 

B The Master, University College, Oxford 

(A 1276) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 
Donor: John Lord Craven 



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UNITED KINGDOM Con*mu<scf 



Craven Fellowship 

tt Greek and Latin literature, history 
and antiquities 

Countries other than the United King- 
dom 

M. Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity of not less than 8 nor more than 
21 terms' standing. Awards are y;iven 
for the promotion of classical learning 
and taste. 

& 200 p. a. (may be raised to 300 p. a. 
in cases of need) 

X Award is held for 2 years and at least 
6 months of each year must be spent 
outside the United Kingdom 

* I 28 

Hi Chairman of the Craven Committee, 
c/o University Registry, Oxford, by 
16 May 

(A 1277) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

De Osma Studentship 

Unrestricted, provided suitable facili- 
ties exist 

Spain: Institute de Valencia de Don 
Juan, Madrid 

JR Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity, preferably men. 

A Approx. 100 

X Minimum of 6 weeks' study in Madrid 
(award is held for 1 year) l 

* I s s 

IS The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford, by 1 October 

(A 1278) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 

land 

Denyer and Johnson Senior Scholarship 

Ml Theology 

Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
Board of the Faculty of Theology 

A Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity who have passed all examina- 
tions necessary for degree of B.A. and 
who have not exceeded 10 years from 
the date of their matriculation. 

& 120 

O 1 year 

* 1 * 

B The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1279) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Derby Scholarship 

tt Research or higher study in some 
subject connected with classical an- 
tiquity 

Unrestricted, subject to approval 



Jl Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity who have entered on the eighth 
term and not exceeded the twenty-first 
term from their matriculation; prefer- 
ence given to candidate who offers a 
subject connected with languages and 
literature of ancient Greece and Rome 
(including palaeography and compa- 
rative philology). 

& 200 or, in coses of extreme need, 300 
21 Minimum of 8 months to be spent 
abroad during 2-year period 



Hi The Registrar, 
Oxford 



University Registry, 



(A 1280) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Heath Harrison Travelling Scholar- 
ships 

tt Modern European languages 
France, Germany, Italy, Spain 
M Available to male natural-born British 
subjects who are undergraduate mem- 
bers of Oxford University and who have 
not exceeded 2 years from date of 
matriculation; preference given to can- 
didates intending to enter Foreign 
Service or teaching profession. Reci- 
pients one year in one language may 
enter for another language the following 
year. 
& 75 

B Minimum of 6 weeks to be spent abroad 
during 12 months from date of award 

* Maximum 12 2 8 

B The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford, by December 

(A 1281) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 

land 

George Herbert Hunt Travelling Schol- 
arship 

M Medicine 

Unrestricted 

J8. Available to graduates in medicine of 
Oxford University of not more than 
5 years' standing from date of taking 
degree; preference given to candidates 
intending to practise medicine either 
as surgeons or as general practitioners. 

& Approx. 100 

SI Minimum 3 months 

* 1 every 2 years s 

IS Secretary of the Medical School, Osier 
House, Oxford 

(A 1282) 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 

Miranda Scholarship 
tt Brazilian culture 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



* United Kingdom (Oxford University) 
and Brazil 

JH Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity who have passed all examina- 
tions for the degree of B.A. and who 
have not exceeded 5 years from the 
date of their matriculation. Award is 
to enable recipient to study an aspect of 
Brazilian culture in association with the 
name of one of Brazil's great men. 

& 500 

H 1 year 

* 1 

BB The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1283) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Henry Francis Pelham Studentship 
Hi Koman history and archaeology 
Italy: British School at Rome 
M, Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity. 

5 Approx. 80 
B Minimum of 3 months' stay in Rome 

(award is held for 1 year) 
fc 1 every 2 years 8 

Hi The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1284) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Luca Ruffini Scholarship 
I In restricted 
Italy 

M Available to British nationals who are 
members of Oxford University and 
classed in the Final Honour School of 
one of the following: Jurisprudence, 
Literae Humaniores, Modern History, 
English Language and Literature, 
Modern Languages, or Philosophy, 
Politics and Economics. 
& Normally 100 but in special cases may 
be increased up to 200 

D Minimum 3 months 

* I 2 3 

HB The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford 

(A 1285) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, England 
Donor: The late Miss V.E.L. Doorly 
Marjorie Countess of Warwick Travelling 
Bursary 

R French 

Generally France 

Jft Available to women members of Oxford 
University of not more than 3 terms' 
standing who are reading French in the 
Honour School of Modern Languages, to 
enable them to visit France or to attend 
vacation courses in French. 

& 35 



X 1 year 

* 1" 

B The Registrar, University Registry, 
Oxford, by 2 May 

(A 1286) 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, Eng- 
land 

Z a ha r off Travelling Scholarships 
tt French 
France 

M. Available to members of Oxford Uni- 
versity who have kept their names 
continuously on the books of their 
college or hall for not less than 2 and 
not more than 5 years from the date of 
matriculation; must have passed all 
examinations for B.A. degree; recipient 
must pursue studies at French univer- 
sity or place of higher education approved 
by the Curators of the Taylor Institu- 
tion. 

S Approx. 150 
E 1 year 

* Variable 8 

BB Secretary to the Curators, Taylor 
Institution, Oxford 

(A 1287) 

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF 
GREAT BRITAIN, 17 Bloomsbury Square, 
London W.C.I, England 

Charter Travelling Scholarship 
II Methods or conditions of pharmaceuti- 
cal practice, teaching or research out- 
side the United Kingdom 
<B Countries other than United Kingdom 
JR. Available to nationals of all countries, 
age under 28, provided they have a 
pharmaceutical chemist qualification or 
degree in pharmacy of a university in 
Great liritain. 
5 300 p.a. 
1C 1 year l 

* 1 a 8 

Bi Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 
17 Bloomsbury Square, London W.C.I, 
by 1 January 

(A 1288) 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, Oxford, England 

Laming Travelling Fellowships 
II Foreign languages an( j modern sub- 
jects connected therewith 
Non-English-speaking countries 
M. Available to male British-born 
nationals who are members of Oxford 
University; must be unmarried; award 
is for those who intend (1) to teach 
living foreign languages in any univer- 
sity in the U.K., or (2) to engage in 
foreign commerce, or (3) to enter upon 
any other career which, in the judgment 
of the Governing Body of the College, 
may appear specially advantageous to the 
interests of the British Common wealth 



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in its relation to foreign nations; can- 
didate must have obtained at least 
a Second Class in one or more of the 
Final Honour Schools of the University, 
or have become entitled to supplicate for 
a degree higher than that of Bachelor 
of Arts. 

& Minimum 350 p. a. 

X 1 year, at least 8 months of which must 
be spent in the approved country of 
study l 

fc 1 (available when vacant) 

B The Provost's Secretary, Queen's 
College, Oxford, by 31 May 

(A 1289) 
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST, 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 

Senior Studentship 
tt Unrestricted 

ffi United Kingdom: Queen's University 
of Belfast 

A Available to graduates of at least 
1 year's standing of approved univer- 
sities; must have had previous research 
experience or have proved aptitude 
for it. 

& 250 p.a. 

Dtt 2 years l 

ft Unspecified 2 * 

The Secretary, The Academic Council, 
Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast, 
Northern Ireland, by 1 June 

(A 1290) 

UNIVERSITY OF READING, Reading, 

Berkshire, England 

Research Fellowships 

tt Unrestricted 

$t United Kingdom: University of Read- 
ing 

J| Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be university graduates who have 
had previous training in research to the 
standard normally required for Ph.D. 
degree. 

6 600 p.a. 

H 3 years l 

* 1 or 2 2 8 

The Registrar, The University, Read- 
ing, Berkshire 

(A 1291) 

THE RHODES TRUST, 36 Beaumont 
Street, Oxford, England (Enquiries should 
be addressed to the Secretary in candidate's 
own country and not to Oxford see below 
for addresses) 

Rhodes Scholarships (awarded through 
Selection Committees in the various 
countries concerned) 
tt Unrestricted 
United Kingdom: Oxford University 



JH Available to male nationals of Aus- 
tralia, Bermuda, Canada, India, 
Jamaica, Malta, Newfoundland, New 
Zealand, Pakistan, Rhodesia, Union 
of South Africa, U.S.A.? age 19 to 
25; in most cases 2 years' residence at a 
university is required; scholars are 
selected for qualities of intellect and 
character. 

5 500 p.a. 

D 2 years l 

fc Australia, 6; Bermuda, 1; Canada, 10; 
India, 1; Jamaica, 1; Malta, 1; New- 
foundland, 1; New Zealand, 2; Pakistan, 
1; Rhodesia, 3; South Africa, 8; U.S.A., 
32 2 3 

Hi Sir John Behan, Silvermist, Olinda, 
Victoria, Australia 
The Colonial Secretary, Bermuda 
D. R. Michener, 5 Rosedale Road, 
Toronto 5, Canada 

C. Eyre Walker, St. Stephen's College, 
Delhi, India 

The Secretary, Jamaica Schools Com- 
mission, Kingston, Jamaica 
Professor Jos. A. Manche, Royal Uni- 
versity of Malta 

John G. Higgins, Duckworth Building, 
Duckworth Street, St. John's, New- 
foundland 

I. F. McKenzie, The University, Well- 
ington, New Zealand 
L. R. Morgan, Education Department, 
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 
J. M. Gwyn, Aitchison College, Lahore, 
Pakistan 

A. H. Gie, Permanent Buildings, Darl- 
ing Street, Cape Town, South Africa 
Courtnev Smith, 175 Prospect Avenue, 
Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 

(A 1292) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, Piccadilly, 
London W.I, England 

Travelling Studentships 
tt Painting, sculpture 
<P Unrestricted 
Jft Available to students of the Royal 

Academy of Arts. 
<5 200 
E 1 year 
fc 2 (1 in each subject of study) every 

2 years 8 
9 The Secretary, Royal Academy of Arts, 

Piccadilly, London W.I 



(A 1293) 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, Piccadilly, 
London W.I, England 

Sir Herbert Baker Scholarship 
tt Architecture, sculpture, painting, 

poetic literature (Awarded for each 



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subject in rotation and in 1952 awarded 
for painting) 

Continent of Europe 

Jt Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom and of the Dominions of 
the British Commonwealth; should have 
embarked on a professional career as an 
artist; awards are to enable practising 
young artists to travel abroad to study 
the inter-dependence of the arts. 

200 

M 1 year 

ft 1 every 2 years a 

The Secretary, Royal Academy of Arts, 
Piccadilly, London W.I 

(A 1294) 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, Exhibition 
Road, South Kensington, London S.W.7, 
England 

College Travelling Scholarships 
tt Art and design 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to students of the Royal 
College of Art who have completed their 
Diploma Course, to enable them to carry 
out further studies in the field of art 
or design which they have been studying. 

4 400 

K 9 months 

5 

Bi Royal College of Art, Exhibition Road, 
South Kensington, London S.W.7 

(A 1295) 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields, London W.C.2, England 
Sir Arthur Sims Commonwealth Travel- 
ling Professorship 
tt Medical science 

United Kingdom or, if recipient is 
resident in U.K., British Dominions 

tt Available, in the first instance, to 
nationals of the United Kingdom, 
Australia and New Zealand in that 
order, and may also be awarded to 
nationals of the other British Domi- 
nions; must be prominent physicians, 
surgeons or scientific workers; award is 
for teaching, lecturing or scientific 
research. Purpose of award is to 
establish closer links between scientific 
workers in the Dominions and in the 
older seats of learning and centres of 
research. 

$ 2,000 p.a. 

15 1 year 

ft 1" 

BH Appointment is made on the nomination 
of the Presidents of the Royal College of 
Surgeons of England, Royal College 
of Physicians of London, Royal Austra- 
lasian College of Surgeons and Royal 
Australasian College of Physicians 



(A 1296) 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W.C.2, 
England (alternately with LIVERPOOL 
UNIVERSITY and LIVERPOOL MEDI- 
CAL INSTITUTION) 

Robert Jones Travelling Research Schol- 
arship 

tt Orthopaedic surgery 
Unrestricted 

JR Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be qualified surgeons. The award 
is made alternately by Liverpool Uni- 
versity and Liverpool Medical Institu- 
tion jointly and by the Royal College of 
Surgeons. 
& 500 
E 1 year 
ft 1 every 4 years (next available in 1954) 

The Secretary, Royal College of Sur- 
geons, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 
W.C.2 

(A 1297) 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W.C.2, 
England (in conjunction with Moorfields, 
Westminster and Central Eye Hospital) 
Sir William Lister Award in Ophthal- 
mology 

tt Ophthalmology 
Unrestricted 
M. Available to British nationals; must be 

qualified ophthalmologists. 
& Unspecified 
]J Unspecified 

ft 1 every 3 years (next available in 1955) 
Hi The Secretary, Royal College of Sur- 
geons, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 
W.C.2 

(A 1298) 

ROYAL COMMISSION FOR THE 

EXHIBITION OF 1851, 1 Lowther 

Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 

England 

Senior Studentships 

tt Pure and applied science 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of the British 
Commonwealth and to citizens of 
the Republics of India and Ireland ; 
age preferably under 30; must be 
science graduates showing exceptional 
promise and nominated by a university 
in the United Kingdom. 

& 600 p.a. plus 50 for fees, books, etc. 

IS 2 years l 

ft 4 2 8 

Through university institutions only to 
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 
1851, 1 Lowther Gardens, Exhibition 
Road, London S.W.7, by 1 May 



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(A 1299) 

ROYAL COMMISSION FOR THE 

EXHIBITION OF 1851, 1 Lowther 

Gardens, Exhibition Road, London S.W.7, 

England 

Science Research Scholarships for Over- 
seas Universities 

tt Pure and applied science 

4* Unrestricted 

JS. Available to nationals of Australia, 
Canada, India, Ireland, New 
Zealand, Pakistan, Union of South 
Africa; age normally under 26; must 
be graduates in science. Award is for 
2 or 3 years' scientific research to equip 
holder to contribute to the scientific life 
of the British Commonwealth of Nations. 

& 450 p. a. plus 50 p. a. for fees, books, 
etc. Transportation may be paid in spe- 
cial cases 

31 2 years l 

A 3 to Canada; 2 to Australia; 1 to each 
of other countries 2 3 

E3 Through university institutions only to 
Royal Commission for the Exhibition 
of 1851, 1 Lowther Gardens, Exhibition 
Road, London S.W.7, by 21 March 

(A 1300) 

ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE (University of London), 8 
Hunter Street, Brunswick Square, London 
W.C.I, England 

Dr. Edith Pechey Phipson Post-gra- 
duate Scholarship for Women 
tt Medicine 
O Unrestricted 

M. Available to women from all countries, 
but preference given to those coming 
from, or goiug to work in, India or 
Pakistan; must hold recognized medical 
qualification. Award is to enable reci- 
pients to undertake post-graduate medi- 
cal studies. 
& 95 p.a. 
IS 1 year l 

* I 23 

US Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 
8 Hunter Street, London W.C.I, by 
1 February 

(A 1301) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

Donor: Sir Harry Vanderpant 

Henry L. Florence Bursary 
tt Greek, Hellenistic arid Byzantine 

architecture of the Mediterranean 

Basin 

Eastern Mediterranean area; not less 
than 1 month to be spent in Greece 



Jl Available to British nationals who are 
members of the Royal Institute of 
British Architects. 

& 350 

D Minimum 6 months 

* 1 every 2 years 

Hi Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
27 November 1953 

(A 1302) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

(a) Godwin and Wimperis Bursary; 

(b) Neale Bursary; (c) Hunt Bursary 
tt (a) Modern architecture 

(b) Measurement of old buildings 

(c) Housing and town planning 

(a) Continent of Europe or America; 

(b) Unrestricted; (c) Unrestricted 

A Available, in competitive examination, 
to British nationals who are members 
of the RIBA or of the Allied Societies 
overseas, or elected students of the 
RIBA and of the Allied Societies 
overseas who have passed the RIBA 
Final or equivalent examination, or 
who have produced certificates to prove 
they have reached the required stand- 
ard; age over 21 for (a) and (b), 21 to 
30 for (c). Prospective candidates should 
write to the RIBA for full details of 
conditions. 

& (a) 245; (b) 100; (c) 75 

Hi (a) Minimum 5 weeks; (b) 4 weeks; 

(c) Minimum 3 weeks 

* (a) 1 every 2 years 

(b) 1 every 2 years 

(c) 1 

Ei Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
(a) 20 November 7.9-53, (b) 21 November, 
(c) 27 November 1953 

(A 1303) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 

ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 

W.I., England 

The Athens Bursary 

tt Architecture 

@ Greece 

dl Available to British nationals who 
are members of the teaching staff of 
a School of Architecture recognized 
for exemption from the RIBA examina- 
tions. 

& 125 

X Minimum 4 weeks 

* I 2 3 

Bi Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
1 December 



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(A 1304) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

(a) Soane Medallion and Prize 

(b) Victory Scholarship 
tt Architecture 

(a) Continent of Europe 
(b) Unrestricted 

A Available, in competitive examination, 
to British nationals who arc members 
or elected students of the RIBA or of 
the Allied Societies overseas who have 
passed the RIBA Final or equivalent 
examination or who have produced 
certificates from responsible architects 
to the effect that they have reached the 
required standard. Successful candidates 
will be admitted, under certain condi- 
tions, by the Faculty of Architecture of 
the British School at Rome to the 
competition for the Rome Scholarship 
in Architecture. Prospective candidates 
should write to the RIBA for full 
details of conditions. 

& 120 

O (a) Minimum 12 weeks; (b) Unspecified 

Jk (a) 1 every 2 years 
(b) 1 every 2 years 

BS Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
24 March for (b) 

(A 1305) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

(a) RIBA Intermediate Design Prize 

(b) Tite Prize 

tt (a) Contemporary architecture in Eu- 
rope 

(b) Architecture of the Italian Renais- 
sance 

9 (a) Europe; (b) Italy 

A Available, in competitive examination, 
to British nationals who are proba- 
tioners or elected students of the RIBA, 
or elected students of Dominion Allied 
Societies, who have passed the RIBA 
Intermediate or equivalent examination, 
or who have produced certificates to 
prove they are of the required standard. 
Prospective candidates should write 
to the RIBA for full details of conditions. 

5 100 

SI Minimum 3 weeks 

A (a) 1 every 2 years 
(b) 1 every 2 years 

E23 Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 'Portland Place, London W.I, by 
20 March for (a) 



(A 1306) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

Andrew N. Prentice Bequest 
tt Spanish architecture 
Spain and other countries 
A Available to British nationals who are 

members of the Royal Institute of 

British Architects; age limit 35. 
& 150 

IS Minimum 3 months 
A 1 every 2 years 
E9 Royal Institute of British Architects, 

66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 

13 November 1953 



(A 1307) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 

ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 

W.I, England 

Henry Saxon Snell Prize and Theakston 
Bequest 

tt Study of the improved design and 
construction of hospitals, conva- 
lescent homes and asylums for the 
aged and infirm poor 

Unrestricted 

A Available to British nationals, age 
over 21, who have passed the RIBA 
Final or equivalent examination, or have 
produced certificates to prove they arc 
of the required standard. 

5 125 

E Minimum 4 weeks 

# 1 every 2 years 

ES Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
20 November 1953 

(A 1308) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 

ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 

W.I, England 

RIBA Alfred Bossorn Research Fellow- 
ships for Post-graduate Research 

tt Architecture 

&> Unrestricted 

A Available to candidates in the British 
Empire who are members of the RIBA. 

& Unspecified 

2[ 1 year 

* Unspecified 23 

ES Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
1 December 

(A 1309) 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH 
ARCHITECTS, 66 Portland Place, London 
W.I, England 

Owen Jones Studentship 
tt Colour as a means of architectural 

expression 
Unrestricted 



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J| Available to British nationals, aged at 
least 21, who are members of the RIB A 
and of the Allied Societies overseas who 
have passed the RIBA Final or equiva- 
lent examination or who have produced 
certificates from members of the RIBA 
to the effect that they have reached the 
required standard. 

& 100 

1 year 
* I 23 

BH Royal Institute of British Architects, 
66 Portland Place, London W.I, by 
21 November 

(A 1310) 

ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE ROYAL 

SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, 14 Bedford Square, 

London W.C.I, England 

Associated Board of the Royal Schools 
of Music Scholarships 

tt Music 

United Kingdom: Royal Academy of 
Music or Royal College of Music 

M. Available to candidates in Kcrmuda, 
British Guiana, British West Indies, 
Canada, Ceylon, Cyprus, Gold Coast, 
Hoiifi Koii<|, India, Kenya, Malaya, 
Malta, IMew Zealand, Pakistan, 
Rhodesia and Union of South Africa ; 
age preferably 16 to 22; must have good 
standard of general education; must 
have qualified by passing a High Grade 
or Diploma examination of the Associa- 
ted Board of the Royal Schools of Music. 

& 200 p. a. plus transportation from U.K. 
to own country on completion of course 

1 3 years 

K 21(7 awards fall vacant each year) 2 3 
ES9 Associated Board of the Royal Schools 
of Music, 14 Bedford Square, London 
W.C.I, or to the Board's resident secre- 
tary in candidate's country 

(A mi) 

THE ROYAL SOCIETY, Burlington House* 

Piccadilly, London W.I., England 

Donors: Trustees of John Murray Scien- 
tific Trust 

John Murray Travelling Studentship in 
Oceanography and Limnology 

tt Oceanography or limnology 

& Any place where oceanography and 
limnology can be studied and in occano- 
graphical research ships 

JK Available to male British nationals; 
age under 35; must be graduates. 

<$ Approx. 500 

E 1 year or less 

* I 23 

Bi The Assistant Secretary, The Royal 
Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, 
London W.I 



(A 1312) 

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS, 6-8 John 

Adam Street, Adelphi, London W.C.2, 

England 

Royal Society of Arts Industrial Art 
Bursaries Competition 

tt All branches of industry in which 
design is of importance 

Unrestricted 

J& Available, on the results of a competi- 
tion, to nationals of the United Kinjj- 
dorii; age 17 to 30; must have studied 
as full-time, part-time or evening-class 
students, for at least 1 full term since 
1 September 1950, at an art, architectur- 
al, technical or other school or college; 
in certain cases applications are also 
accepted from draughtsmen, clerks and 
similar persons already engaged in 
industry and who are within the above 
ago limits; candidates must intend to 
take up industrial design as a career. 
Awards are to enable recipients to 
broaden their knowledge and experience 
by study of design, by meeting designers 
and visiting industrial establishments 
abroad 

6 150. Supplementary grants are occa- 
sionally made in special circumstances 

JC Unspecified 

* 14 23 

ES Royal Society of Arts, John Adam 
Street, Adelphi, London W.C.2, by 
mid-October 

(A 1313) 
ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY, St. 

Andrews, Scotland 

Exchang" Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

< Scotland: St. Andrews University 

Jfi. Available to students of (a) Queen's 
University, Canada, (b) Sweet Briar 
College, Virginia and (c) Union College, 
Schcnectady, in exchange for similar 
awards offered by these institutions to 
St. Andrews University students. The 
exchange with Sweet Briar College is 
for a woman student only. 

<3 Covers maintenance and tuition 

SI 1 academic year 

* (a) 1 2 3 ; (b) 1 2 3 ; (c) 2 2 8 

E31 Candidate's own university or college 

(A 1314) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Donor: British Coke Research Association 

Coke Research Fellowship 
tt Subjects connected with the coking 

industry 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
M, Available to nationals of all countries; 



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normally required to have taken an 
honours degree in fuel chemistry, physics 
or any other subject related to fuel 
technology but in exceptional cir- 
cumstances the award may be made to 
a non-graduate; preference given to 
candidates signifying their intention 
of entering the coking industry or, in 
the absence of such a candidate, to a 
candidate qualifying for some other 
branch of the fuel industry. 

4 350 p.a. 
IS 1 year l 

* 1 2 8 

U The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10, by 1 May 

(A 1315) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Donor: Henry Ellison of Calverley, near 

Leeds 

Ellison Fellowships 
tt Physics, chemistry. (In default of 

suitable candidates in these subjects 

awards may be made in engineering) 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
M. Available to nationals of uil countries 

provided they are graduates of uni- 
versities in Great Britain and Ireland 
or of British universities overseas; 
awards are given to provide training in 
research methods for promising students, 
with a view to stimulating fundamental 
research. 

A 260 to 300 for first 2 years, 300 to 
340 for third year, plus tuition 

5 3 years 

* 3 2 3 

The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10, by ] June 

(A 1316) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Donor: The late Alderman J. G. Graves 
of Sheffield 

J. G. Graves Medical Research Fellow- 
ship 

II Any branch of medicine approved by 
the Faculty of Medicine of Sheffield 
University 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
Jft Available to nationals of all countries ; 

must be university graduates; award 
is to enable recipient to carry out 
original research in medical sciences. 

6 Approx. 1,300 p.a. Additional allow- 
ance may be made for laboratory 
assistance or the purchase of materials 

I 3 years 1 

|[ 1 or more (available when vacant) 
JH The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10, by 1 May 



(A 1317) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Donor: The late Douglas Knoop, Emeritus 
Professor of the University of Sheffield 
Douglas Knoop Research Fellowships 
and Studentships 

11 Economics and economic history 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 

must be university graduates. 
6 300 to 425 p.a. 

12 3 years 

* 2 (available when vacant) 

m The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10, by 1 June 

(A 1318) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 

10, England 

Sorby Research Fellowship 
Donor: The Royal Society 

tt Scientific research 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 

A Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must be graduates of recognized uni- 
versities. Appointment is made by a 
committee of representatives of the 
Royal Society and of the University, 
with the object of obtaining advances 
in natural knowledge by enabling men 
of approved ability to devote them- 
selves to research. 

6 1,100 p.a. 

2[ 5 years l 

* 1 (available when vacant) 

fS Secretary, The Royal Society, Burling- 
ton House, Piccadilly, London W.I 

(A 1319) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Donor: The late Dr. John Stokes 

John Stokes Research Fellowship 
tt Original research in some branch of 

medical science 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
3. Available to nationals of all countries ; 

candidates need not hold a registrable 

medical qualification. 
<S 500 p.a. 
H 3 years * 

* 1 (Available when vacant) 

9 The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10 

(A 1320) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 
10, England 

Exchange Scholarships 
tt English 

United Kingdom: Sheffield University 
M. Available to students of Muenster 

University in exchange for similar 

awards offered by Muenster to Sheffield 

students. 
4 Covers maintenance and tuition 



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I 1 term 
A 8 

Auslands 
Muenster 



Comitee, Universitaet 



(A 1321) 

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield 

10, England 

Donor: The late Sir Henry Kenyon 
Stephenson, Bt., D.S.O. 
Sir H. K. Stephenson Travelling Fellow- 
ship in Architecture 

M Architecture, jjroupinfj of buildings, 
decoration of biiildincjs, design cf 
squares and courts, or the clesiyii 
of gardens und parks 

Europe or countries adjacent 

A Available to Hritisli nationals who have 
received a H.A. or a Diploma in Archi- 
tecture at Sheffield University not more 
than 3 years previously. 

& 140 

IS Minimum 3 months 

* 1 2 3 

Bi The Registrar, The University, Sheffield 
10, by 1 June 

(A 1322) 

SOMERVILLE COLLEGE, Oxford, 
England 

Donors: Miss M. K. Moor and friends 

Janet Watson Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted, provided it is a Final 

Honour School or Research Degree 

course at Oxford 

United Kingdom: Oxford University 
M Available to female nationals of U.S.A. 

to take a Final Honour School or 

Research Degree course at Oxford; 

must be graduate of an approved 

university in U.S.A. 
& B5 to 100 p.a. 
H 2 or 3 years 
A 1 (available when vacant) 
Bi The Principal, Somerville College, 

Oxford 

(A 1323) 

SOMERVILLE COLLEGE, Oxford, 

England 

Donor: The late Lady Woolley 
Katharine arid Leonard Woolley Schol- 
arship or Fellowship 

tt Archaeological \vorlt, preferably in the 
Near or Middle East, in the Mediterra- 
nean area generally, or in the Far East 

C Sec U 

A Available to women graduates of 
Oxford University and members of 
Somerville College; must be of out- 
standing ability in fields related to 
archaeological research. 



& Adjusted according to candidate's ncedi 

and country of study 
K 1 or 2 years * 

* 1 (available when vacant) 

The Principal, Somerville College, 
Oxford 

(A 1324) 

SOMERVILLE COLLEGE, Oxford, 
England 

(a) Mary Ewart Trust; (b) Penrose Fund 
M Unrestricted 

Europe 

M. Available to graduates and under- 
graduates of Somerville College to 
travel and study abroad. 

& 10 to 50 

IS. (a) 2 weeks to 6 months 

(b) 2 to 6 weeks 

* (a) Unspecified 2 
(b) Approx. 3 * * 

B The Principal, Somerville College, 
Oxford 

(A 1325) 

SOMERVILLE COLLEGE, Oxford, 

England 

Mary Ewart Trust (Special Scholarship) 

tt Unrcstrictcui 

Unrestricted 

Jl Available to Fellows or Tutors of 
Somerville College, particularly on 
sabbatical leave, to go abroad to study. 

^ Unspecified 

Unspecified 
k Unspecified 

Bi The Principal, Somerville College, 
Oxford 

(A 1326) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE 
SOUTH WEST, Exeter, Devon, England 

Donor: Sir William Rook 

Mrs. Bessie Rook Memorial Scholarship 
M Modern laiitjuatjes, particularly 

German and French 
Country in which chosen language is 

spoken 
A Available to students or former students 

of the University College of the South 

West; must have knowledge of French 

arid German. 
& Unspecified 

1 Minimum 9 months l 

* 1 2 3 

IB University College of the South West, 
Exeter, Devon 

(A 1327) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE 
SOUTH WEST, Exeter, Devon, England 

Donor: Rotary Clubs of Devon and 

Cornwall 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



Rotary Scholarship 
10 Unrestricted 

Unrestricted, preferably U.S.A. 

4K Available to students of the University 
College of the South West; preference 
given to natives of Devon and Cornwall. 

A Unspecified 

I 1 year 

A 1 

University College of the South West, 
Exeter, Devon 

(A 1328) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE 

SOUTH WEST, Exeter, Devon, England 
Exchange Scholarships 

tt I In rest rifled 

6 United Kingdom: University College of 
the South West 

J Available to students of DePauw Uni- 
versity and William and Mary College, 
U.S.A., in exchange for similar awards 
offered by that University and College 
to students of the University College of 
the South West. 

A Maintenance and tuition fees 

B 1 academic year 

* 2" 

DePauw University, Greencastle, In- 
diana, or William and Mary College, 
Williamsburg, Virginia 

(A 1329) 

TRANSATLANTIC FOUNDATION, 
3 Lombard Street, London E.G. 3, England 
Transatlantic Foundation Scholarships 
tt Labour, social and jjencrul condi- 
tion* in country of study 

United Kingdom (Ruskin College, Ox- 
ford) and U.S.A. 

Jft Available to British nationals for 
study in U.S.A. and to I '.S. nationals 
for study in U.K.; age 20 to 40; must 
have at least high school education 
and be members of trades unions; 
recipients are expected to return to 
active work in the trade union move- 
ment in their own country. 

A 250 

S 1 academic year 

A 6* (3 to each country) 

United Kingdom: Sir Robert Mayer, 
Transatlantic Foundation, 3 Lombard 
Street, London E.C.3; U.S.A.: 
Committee on Ruskin College Labour 
Scholarships, Institute of International 
Education, 1 East 67th Street, New 
York 21, N.Y. 

(A 1330) 
TRINITY COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 

Trinity College Bursaries for Foreign 

Students 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom: Trinity College 

Jft Available to male nationals of five or six 



European countries selected each year 
from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, 
Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Ne- 
therlands, Norway; age 20 to 27; 
must have exemption from Cambridge 
University Previous Examination and 
be recommended by British Council 
representative in own country. 

<$ Maximum 350 p. a. 

ID 1 or 2 years 

* 5 or 6 8 8 

ES British Council representative in can- 
didate's oun country, in February or 
March 

(A 1331) 
TRINITY COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 

Dominion and Colonial Exhibition 
tt CnrcHtricled 

United Kingdom: Trinity College 
M Available to male nationals of the 
British Dominions and Colonies; 
must be member of a university and be 
exempted from Cambridge University 
Previous Examination; must be nomi- 
nated by the university to which he 
belongs. 

& 30 to 40 p.a. 
X 2 years l 

* 1 

B Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, by 1 May 

(A 1332) 
TRINITY COLLEGE, Cambridge, England 

Research Studentship 
tt Itnrewtrieled 

$ United Kingdom: Cambridge University 

M. Available to nationals of all countries; 

age under 26; must have a degree 

awarded by a university other than 

Cambridge but not have done more 

than 2 years of post-graduate work. 

Award is to enable recipient to engage 

on research in Cambridge with a view 

to qualifying for the Ph.D. degree. 

& Maximum 375 p.a. 

E 3 academic years 

* 1 to 3 

Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, by 1 May 

(A 1333) 
WADHAM COLLEGE, Oxford, England 

Wells Memorial Exhibition 
tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to undergraduate members of 
Wadham College to travel abroad 
during vacation. 

6 70 

SI 3 months 

1 

Wadham College, Oxford 



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(A 1334) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, 

Aberystwyth, Wales 
Travelling Grants 

tt Unrestricted 

6 Unrestricted 

M Available to registered students, under- 
graduate and graduate, of the Univer- 
sity College of Wales for travel abroad. 

& Varies, usually approx. 20 

S Unspecified 

* Approx. 20 8 8 

Registrar, University College of Wales, 
Aberystwyth 

(A 1335) 

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, Cathays Park, 

Cardiff, Wales 

Gareth Jones Memorial Travelling Schol- 
arship 

tt Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

A Available to graduates of the Univer- 
sity of Wales; preference given to one 
intending to pursue a course of studies 
in preparation for \vork in journalism 
bearing on international affairs or for 
entry into State or other services 
relating to international affairs. 

Approx. 90 

O To be decided by the University 

* 1 

B Registrar of the University, University 
Registry, Cathays Park, Cardiff, by 
1 June 

(A 1336) 

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, Cathays Park, 

Cardiff, Wales 

W. P. Thomas Scholarship 

tt Music or \VolsIi 

9 Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
University 

Jl Available to past or present residents of 
Rhondda U.D.C. for advanced study or 
research in Welsh literature, or in the 
history of Welsh literature, or in the 
history of Wales, or in music. 

4 30 

B 1 year * 

* 1 

Registrar, University of Wales, Cardiff 

(A 1337) 

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, Cathays Park, 
Cardiff, Wales 

(a) Ewen Maclean Research Schol- 
arship 

(b) Cecil Prosser Research Scholarship 
tt (a) Research in obstetrics and (i.vntie- 

colofiy ; (b) Research in tuberculosis 

Wales: Welsh National School of 



Medicine (permission may be given to 
spend some time elsewhere) 

M. Available to candidates holding a 
degree in arts, science, or medicine of 
an approved university or holding a 
rcgistrable qualification for the practice 
of medicine; must have pursued cognate 
studies and show ability for research 
in (a) obstetrics and gynaecology and 
(b) tuberculosis. 

4 (a) Approx. 150 

(b) 250 plus equipment and travelling 
expenses 

1 year l 

A (a) 1 every 2 years 
(b) 1 every 3 years 

B Registrar, University of Wales, Cardiff, 
by J Sepiember 

(A 1338) 

WORKERS* EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA- 
TION, Temple House, 27 Portman Square, 
London W.I, England 

Donors: Workers' Educational Associ- 
ation, Workers' Educational Trade 
Union Committee, and Workers' Travel 
Association 

Summer School Scholarships 
tt Social, economic and political condi- 
tions and problems 

Countries in which summer schools 
approved by the United Kingdom 
Workers' Educational Association as 
providing appropriate facilities are held; 
usually France, Germany, Switzerland, 
Scandinavia 

M Available to nationals of the United 
Kiiifjflom; usually required to be 
members of WEA classes and /or of a 
trade union. 

6 Usually the equivalent of one third of 
the total cost of attending the summer 
school, including travelling expenses. 
(Approx. total of 1,000 will probably 
be available for awards in 1953) 
H Duration of the summer school attended 
* Unspecified 

HI Workers' Educational Association, 
Temple House, 27 Portman Square, 
London W.I, by 30 April 

(A 1339) 

WORKFRS TRAVEL ASSOCIATION 
LIMITED, Ecclcston Court, Gillingham 
Street, London S.W.I, England 

Bowen Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 
Q Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of nil countries | 
award is given one year to a student of 
Ruskin College, Oxford, to study abroad 
and the following year to a foreign 
student to study at Ruskin College. 



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UNITED KINGDOM Continued 



250 

Approx. 1 year 

1 

H. D. Hughes, Esq., 

College, Oxford 



M.A., Ruskin 



(A 1340) 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN, Bedford 
House, 108 Baker Street, London W.I, 
England 

YWCA Training Scholarships 
II Subjects related to YWCA work e.g., 
Christian education, international rela- 
tions, group work, leisure time pro- 
grammes 



United Kingdom 

Available to women nationals of West 

African, Asian and Middle Eastern 

countries; age approx. 23 to 35; must 
be recommended by the YWCA of their 
own countries and must have had 
YWCA experience; must undertake 
to work for YWCA for at least 2 years 
after completion of scholarship. 
Covers maintenance and tuition 
4 to 12 months 
Approx. 3 8 3 (1 for each area) 
International Service Committee, YWCA 
National Offices, 108 Baker Street, 
London W.I 



BRITISH 

NON-SELF-GOVERNING 
AND TRUST TERRITORIES 



(A 1341) 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT: Colonial Office, 
The Churrh House, Great Smith Street, 
London S.W.I, England 

Colonial Development and Welfare 
Scheme, 1,000,000 Fund 
m Unrestricted, subject to recommen- 
dation of scholarship committee in the 
U.K. appointed by the Secretary of 
State for the Colonies 

Usually United Kingdom; some are 
tenable in British colonies and Common- 
wealth countries 

JL Available to British subjects who 
are permanent residents of Hrilisli 
Colonies, Protectorates or Trust 
Territories ; normally given to mature 
persons with sound general educational 
background; recipient is required to 
accept a post in the colony if he has 
been trained for that specific post on 
C.D. and W. funds. Awards are to train 
personnel permanently resident in each 
Colony for higher posts in the service of 
the Colony. 

6 Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees, books, etc. 

I Few months to 6 years according to 
course of study l 

jt Approx. 100 * 3 (number varies each 
year; 1,000,000 fund is to provide 
scholarships for 10 years 1945-55) 

Directorate of Education in candi- 
date's own Colony 



(A 1342) 

GOVERNMENT OF ADEN, Aden, South- 
ern Arabia 

Donor: Government of Aden, the Colonial 
Development and Welfare Fund, and 
the Central Scholarship Fund, Colonial 
Office, London 
Scholarships 

tt Education, agriculture, public works 
and electricity, medicine, law, 
administration 
Egypt, United Kingdom 
M. Available to Aden-born British sub- 
jects and to children of British subjects 
working in Aden ; educational require- 
ments depend on course of study being 
undertaken; recipients must serve the 
Government for at least 5 years after 
completion of scholarship. 
A 450 p. a. Government servants receive 

(a) 7. 10s, for wife, 3. 15s. for first 
child and 2. 10s. for each other child up 
to a maximum of 75% of full salary, 

(b) 3. 15s. per month if single with 
dependents 

31 1 to 6 years 
* 7 * 3 

B The Secretariat, Government of Aden, 
Aden 

(A 1343) 

BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT, Nassau, Ba- 
hamas 

Scholarships 
tt Medicine, education, domestic 



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science, engineering and other sub- 
jects 

Canada, United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of Bahamas; 

must have passed Cambridge Senior 

(Local) examination. 
& Unspecified 
H 1 to 6 years 
* Unspecified 

Board of Education, Nassau 

(A 1344) 

GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS, Bar- 
bados 

Barbados Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

British Commonwealth 

M Available to candidates, age under 20, 
who are natives of Barbados, children 
of natives or of parents who have been 
domiciled in the Island for 10 years 
prior to application; must have received 
education in Barbados for period of 
3 years immediately preceding date of 
award; awarded on results of General 
Certificate Examination (Advanced and 
Scholarship Levels) of the Oxford and 
Cambridge School Examination Board. 

4 Maximum $2,880 p.a. plus $576 for 
initial expenses 

K Maximum 6 years 

* 5 

Director of Education, Barbados, by 
31 May 

(A 1345) 

GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS, Bar- 
bados 

Tuition Scholarship 
tt Agriculture 
Trinidad: Imperial College of Tropical 

Agriculture 

M. Available to natives of Barbados: ape 
over 17; must have General Certificate 
Examination in at least 5 subjects, 2 of 
which should be science subjects. 
& SI 20 p.a. 
IS 3 years 

* 1 

B Director of Agriculture, Barbados, by 
30 June 

(A 1346) 

GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS, Bar- 

bado 

University College of West Indies Exhi- 
bition 

tt Unrestricted 

Jamaica: University College of West 
Indies 

M Available to candidates, age under 20, 
who are natives of Barbados, children 
of natives or of parents who have been 



domiciled in the Island for 10 years 
prior to application; must have received 
education in Barbados for period of 
3 years immediately preceding date of 
award; awarded on the results of the 
entrance examination and interview 
held by the University College of the 
West Indies. 
<* S 1,080 p.a. 

Maximum 6 years 

* 2 

Hi Director of Education, Barbados 

(A 1347) 

GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS, Bar- 
bados 

John R. Bovell Scholarship 
tt Agriculture 
9 Trinidad: Imperial College of Tropical 

Agriculture 

M. Available to candidates who are natives 
of Barbados, sons of natives or of 
parents who have been domiciled in the 
Island for 10 years prior to date of 
application; age 18 to 21: must have 
reached advanced standard in at least 
one science subject together with at 
least ordinary standard in a second 
science subject. 
<5 $1,236 

01 3 years 

* 1 

B Director of Agriculture, Barbados, by 
30 June 

(A 1348) 

BASUTOLAND GOVERNMENT: Govern- 
ment Secretary, Maseru, Basutoland 

Overseas Bursary 
tt Unrestricted 
United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Basiitoland. 
A 355 p.a. at Oxford and Cambridge, 

.'UO p.a. in London or 285 p.a. 

elsewhere, plus transportation, tuition 

fees outfit allowance and incidental 

travelling expenses 
B 1 academic year * 

* 3 2 3 

ES Director of Education, Maseru 

(A 1349) 

GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA, Bermuda 
Bermuda Scholarship 

tt I In restrict I'd 

Unrestricted 

JL Available to male British subjects born 
in Bermuda or whose parents have 
been resident in Bermuda for 8 years; 
age 16 to J9; must have had 5 years* 
education in Bermuda between apes of 
11 and 19 and have School Certificate of 
Cambridge Local Examinations Syndi- 



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BRITISH NON-SELF-GOVERNING AND TRUST TERRITORIES Continued 



cate; award is to enable recipient to 
prepare for Rhodes Scholarship and he 
must undertake to sit for the Rhodes 
Scholarship* 

$ 368 p.a. 

M 3 years 

* I 

Colonial Secretariat, Bermuda, by 30 
April 

(A 1350) 

GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA, Bermuda 
Bermuda (Technical) Education Schol- 
arship 
m Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Available to male British subjects born 
in Bermuda or whose parents have 
been resident in Bermuda for 5 years; 
age 17 to 20; must have had 5 years* 
education in Bermuda between ages of 
12 and 20. 

<S 276 p.a. 

S 4 years 

1 

Colonial Secretariat, Bermuda, by 30 
April 

(A 1351) 
GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA, Bermuda 

Bermuda Scholarships for Girls 
m Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

M Available to female British subjects born 
in Bermuda or whose parents have 
been resident in Bermuda for 7 years; 
age 17 to 21; must have had 5 years* 
education in Bermuda and have Higher 
School or School Certificate of Cam- 
bridge University Local Examination 
Syndicate. 

4 368 p.a. 

D 3 years 

2 

Colonial Secretariat, Bermuda, by 30 
April 

(A 1352) 

GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA: Depart- 
ment of Education, Hamilton, Bermuda 

Teachers Training Scholarship 
m Tea c lii n j) 

Canada or United Kingdom 

JH Available to Rcrtutida nationals; must 
have passed School Certificate Exami- 
nation; recipients must serve as teachers 
in Bermuda primary schools for 3 years, 
if required. 

400 p.a. 

Iff 2 academic years 

10 * 

Director of Education, Hamilton, Ber- 
muda 



(A 1353) 

GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA: Depart- 
ment of Education, Hamilton, Bermuda 

Teachers Training Scholarship 
M Teaching 

United Kingdom 

M. Available to Bermuda nationals; must 
be university graduates; recipient must 
serve as teacher in Bermuda secondary 
schools for 3 years, if required. 

6 420 p.a. 

5 1 academic year 

* 1 

Director of Education, Hamilton, Ber- 
muda 

(A 1354) 

BRITISH GUIANA GOVERNMENT: 
Education Department, 41-43 High Street, 
Kingston, Georgetown, British Guiana 

British Guiana Scholarships 
ft Unrestricted 

Countries within British Commonwealth 
and Empire 

M, Available to nationals of British 
Guiana; age under 19 years 6 months; 
must have passed University of London 
General Certificate of Education Exa- 
mination, with 3 subjects at advanced 
level. 

<S 1,416 for scholarships of 3 years* 
duration, 1,873 for scholarships of 4 or 
more years* duration; plus transport* 
ation 

X 3, 4 or 5 years 

* 2 * a (1 for a boy and 1 for a girl) 

Education Department, Georgetown, 
British Guiana, by last Saturday in 
November 

(A 1355) 
BRITISH GUIANA GOVERNMENT: 

Education Department, 41-43 High Street, 
Kingston, Georgetown, British Guiana 
Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture 
Award 

tt Agriculture 

British West Indies: Trinidad 
M Available to nationals of British 
Guiana; age preferably 17 to 25; must 
be educated to matriculation standard 
of a British Empire university. Awards 
are made to improve agriculture in 
British Guiana. 

6 Covers tuition 

B 3 academic years 

* 1 8 

B Education Department, Georgetown, 
British Guiana, by 31 May 

(A 1356) 

BRITISH GUIANA GOVERNMENT: 
Scholarship Selection Committee, c/o Colo- 
nial Secretary's Office, Georgetown, British 
Guiana 

Engineering Scholarship 



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ft Engineering 

* United Kingdom: London University 
M, Available to male nationals of British 

Guiana; age under 25; must have 
passed Intermediate B.Sc. Examination 
n engineering of London University or 
have qualified for exemption therefrom; 
recipient must return to British Guiana 
and serve the Government for period 
of 5 years after qualifying. 

^ 1,416 plus transportation 

O 3 academic years 

* 1 

Colonial Secretary's Office, Georgetown, 
British Guiana, by 30 November of year 
preceding award 

(A 1357) 
BRITISH GUIANA GOVERNMENT: 

Scholarship Selection Committee, c/o Colo* 

nial Secretary's Office, Georgetown, British 

Guiana 

Veterinary Scholarship 

tt Veterinary science 

United Kingdom: University of Liver- 
pool 

M Available to male nationals of British 
Guiana; must have passed matricu- 
lation examination of a university in 
the United Kingdom or be exempted 
therefrom, and have pursued post- 
matriculation work in science subjects; 
recipient must return to British Guiana 
and serve the Government for period 
of 5 years after qualifying. 

45 2,390 10s. 

M 5 years 

* 1* 

Bi Colonial Secretary's Office, Georgetown 

(A 1358) 

BOOKERS SUGAR ESTATES LTD., 
Georgetown, British Guiana 

Bookers Sugar Estates Scholarships 
tt Engineering 

* United Kingdom 

Jft Available to male nationals of British 
Guiana; age 17 to 19; must be educated 
to British university entrance standard; 
on completion of scholarship recipients 
must return to British Guiana and work 
on sugar estates for 3 years and must 
remain unmarried for 1 year. Awards 
are to enable deserving British Guianese 
to qualify for employment on the 
Bookers Sugar Estates. 

^ 400 p. a. plus transportation 

BI 3 or 4 years 

* 2* 

Bi Bookers Sugar Estates Ltd., George- 
town, by the end of June 



(A 1359) 

GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH HON- 
DURAS: Department of Education, Belize, 
British Honduras 

British Honduras Scholarship 
m Unrestricted 

United Kingdom or any other part of 
British Commonwealth and Empire 

M, Available to British subjects born in 
British Honduras or whose parents 
have been resident in British Honduras 
for 10 years prior to application; age 18 
to 24; must have passed the Higher 
School University Local Examinations 
Syndicate. One recipient will be free to 
choose his own course of university 
training and will be invited to return to 
the Colony to practise his profession for 
5 years; the other must have his pro- 
posed course of study approved by the 
Governor in Council and will be required 
to return to the Colony and practise hit 
profession for at least 7 years. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion, etc. 

S According to study needs 

* 2* 

Bi Director of Education, Belize, by 14 June 
of year preceding award 

(A 1360) 
GOVERNMENT OF CYPRUS, Nicosia, 

Cyprus 

Cyprus Government Scholarship Scheme 
flft Teaching, education, medicine, 

nursing 

United Kingdom usually, but can be 
held elsewhere, e.g., in Australia, Egypt 
or U.S.A. 

M. Available to Cypriot British subjects; 
educational requirements depend on 
course of study being undertaken; reci- 
pients must serve the Cyprus Govern- 
ment for a number of years after 
completion of studies. Awards are to 
train and equip Cypriots for posts of 
higher responsibility in the Cyprus 
Government Service and to improve 
the technical qualifications of certain 
junior Cypriot officials. 

*$ Average 400 p. a. 

1 to 4 years 

* 29 2 

BS Colonial Secretary's Office, Nicosia, 
Cyprus 

(A 1361) 

GOVERNMENT OF GIBRALTAR: Edu- 
cation Department, 122 Irish Town, Gibral- 
tar 

Donor: Mrs. Victoria Mackintosh 
Victoria Mackintosh Scholarships 
II Unrestricted 



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BRITISH NON-SELF-GOVERNING AND TRUST TERRITORIES Continued 



United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of Gibraltar so 
that they may take a university course 
at an institution of higher education; 
preference given to candidates holding 
Higher School -Leaving Certificate. 

4 300 p.a. 

B 3 academic years * 

* 4 (2 in 1953-54 and 1954-55) 

Director of Education, Education 
Department, 122 Irish Town, Gibraltar, 
by 1 December 

(A 1362) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 
Gold Coast, West Africa 

Government Scholarships 
fl0 Unrestricted, subject to approval of 

the Education Department 

Usually United Kingdom or Ireland 

4ft Available to nationals of the Gold 
Coast ; awards are to enable members 
of the Education Department, and 
those seeking appointments in the 
Department, to obtain the necessary 
qualifications required for the various 
posts; recipients must serve the Govern- 
ment for 5 years after completion of 
course. 

4 355 p.a. at Universities of Oxford 
and Cambridge, 315 p.a. in London 
and Dublin and 295 p.a. elsewhere; 
plus transportation, tuition fees, 55 
outfit allowance and family allowances 
if married 

5 According to study needs 

Unspecified 

Education Department, Accra, Gold 
Coast 

(A 1363) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 
Gold Coast, West Africa 

Government Scholarships 
tt \lcdicinc, dentistry 

Usually United Kingdom or Ireland 

M Available to Gold Coast Africans to 
enable them to obtain a repistrable 
qualification in medicine or dentistry; 
must have a London Intermediate 
science or a Higher School Certificate 
science qualification such as would 
secure them exemption from the first 
M.B. examination; on completion of 
studies recipients must serve in the 
Gold Coast. 

A 355 p.a. at Universities of Oxford 
and Cambridge, 315 p.a. in London 
and Dublin and 295 p.a. elsewhere; 
plus transportation, tuition fees, 55 
outfit allowance and family allowances 
if married 

B According to study needs 

Unspecified 

Scholarships Selection Board, Accra, 
Gold Coast 



(A 1364) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 
Gold Coast, West Africa 

Accountancy Scholarships Scheme 
tt Accountancy 

Gold Coast and United Kingdom 

M. Available to nationals of the Gold 
Coast ; training consists of an Inter- 
mediate Commerce Course (2 years) at 
Achimota, practical training with local 
Accounting Departments (2 to 3 years), 
and practical training in the United 
Kingdom (2 years). 

Covers transportation, maintenance and 
tuition 

K Sec* 

* Unspecified 5 f 

Hi Scholarships Selection Board, Accra, 
Gold Coast 

(A 1365) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 

Gold Coast, West Africa 
Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

9 West Africa or United Kingdom 

3. Available to teachers in the employ- 
ment of Educational Units in the 
Gold Coast; awards are intended to 
provide trained and graduate staff for 
senior appointments in the leaching and 
administrative fields of educational 
work undertaken by the major Mission- 
ary and Church organizations of the 
Gold Coast. 

A In U.K. and Ireland: 355 p.a. at Uni- 
versities of Oxford and Cambridge, 315 
p.a. in London and Dublin and 295 p.a. 
elsewhere; plus transportation, tuition 
fees, 55 outfit allowance and family 
allowances if married 

O According to study needs 

$ Unspecified * a 

ES Candidate's own Educational Unit for 
forwarding to Central Advisory Com- 
mittee on Education 

(A 1366) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 
Gold Coast, West Africa 

Government Scholarships 
tt I niMvstriclcd, subject to approval 
Gold Coast or United Kingdom 
M Available to members of the Junior 
Civil Service of the Gold Const to 
enable them to undertake courses of 
study or practical training which will 
improve their value to the Government 
service, either in their present posts or 
in more senior appointments. 
& Gold Coast: Salary plus tuition fees; 
U.K. and Ireland: 355 p.a. at Univer- 
sities of Oxford and Cambridge, 3 15 p.a. 
in London and Dublin and 295 p.a. 
elsewhere; plus transportation, tuition 



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fees, 55 outfit allowance and family 

allowances if married 
fl According to study needs 
* Unspecified * 

Candidate's own Department 

(A 1367) 

GOLD COAST GOVERNMENT, Accra, 
Gold Coast, West Africa 

Scholarships 
tt Subjects connected with Local Author* 

fly administration 

United Kingdom 

M Available to nationals of the Gold 
Coast to enable them to train for posts 
with the Local Authorities of the Colony 
and with the Ashanti Confederacy 
Council. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance and 
tuition 

S According to study needs 

Unspecified 

Bi Candidate's own Local Authority 

(A 1368) 

SIR ALFRED JONES AGRICULTURAL 
SCHOLARSHIPS FOUNDATION, Gold 
Coast, West Africa 

Sir Alfred Jones Agricultural Scholarships 
II Agriculture 

Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
Governor 

M. Available to nationals of the Gold 
Coast. 

^ Transportation plus 425 p. a. if held 
at Cambridge University. If held at 
another institution, value is decided 
according to probable needs 

HI Approx. 4 years 

fc According to funds available 2 s 

Scholarships Selection Board, Accra, 
Gold Coast 

(A 1269) 

UNITED AFRICA COMPANY, Gold 
Coast, West Africa 

Donors: United Africa Company and 

Gold Coast Government 

United Africa Engineering Scholarships 

tt llllfjilMMM-IIMJ 

United Kingdom 

41 Available to nationals of the Gold 

Coast. 
300 p. a. In addition, Gold Coast 

Government pays transportation, outfit 

allowance, etc. 
fi 3 years 
H 1 (not known at what intervals award 

is given) 

Scholarships Selection Board, Accra, 
Gold Coast 



(A 1370) 

GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA: Educa- 
tion Department, Grenada, British West 
Indies 

(a) Grenada Scholarship 

(b) Agricultural Scholarship 

II (a) Usually medicine, Ia\v, education, 
engineer in (j ; (b) Agriculture 

(a) Usually United Kingdom 

(b) Trinidad: College of Tropical Agri- 
culture 

M Available to British subjects (i) who 
are natives of Grenada or (ii) whose 
parents are natives of Grenada or (iii) 
who have been resident in Grenada for 
10 years; age under 20; must have 
Cambridge University Higher School 
Certificate; recipient of (a) is required, 
on completion of scholarship, to serve 
in Grenada for not less than 3 years. 

& Approx. $1,920 p. a. plus transportation 

ffi 6 years 1 

* (a) 1 
(b) 1 

* Information Office, St. George's, Gre- 
nada 

(A 1371) 

GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA, Kingston, 
Jamaica, British West Indies 

(a) Jamaica Scholarships 

(b) Jamaica Centenary Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

9 British Commonwealth and Empire 

JK Available to nationals of Jamaica t 

age 17 to 19; must have obtained 

Cambridge Higher School Certificate; 

recipient must return to Jamaica and 

stay for at least 5 years. 
& Approx. 355 p. a., plus transportation 

and tuition fees 
1C 3 years 1 

* (a) 2 23 ; (b) I 23 

E3 Director of Education, Kingston, 
Jamaica 

(A 1372) 

GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA, Kingston, 

Jamaica, British West Indies 

Jamaica Agricultural Scholarship 

tt Agriculture 

Canada, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 

Jft Available to male nationals of Jamaica ; 
age 18 to 22; must have passed or 
obtained exemption from London Uni- 
ver^ity Matriculation Examination; 
recipient must return to Jamaica for 
5 years unless employed by the British 
Colonial Office elsewhere. 

& Approx. 355 p. a., plus transportation 
and tuition fees 

K 3 to 5 years l 

* 1 * * 



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M Director of Education, Kingston, 
Jamaica 

(A 1373) 

GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA, Kingston, 
Jamaica, British West Indies 

Donor: Abraham Issa 

Issa Scholarship 
II Unrestricted, preference given to arts 

and sociology 

Unrestricted 

A Available to nationals of Jamaica $ 
age 19 to 25; must have passed London 
University Matriculation Examination 
or have Cambridge Scnool Certificate; 
recipient must return to Jamaica and 
stay for at least 5 years. 

4 Approx. 300 p.a., plus transportation 
and tuition fees 

01 3 years * 

* 1 

Director of Education, ' Kingston, 
Jamaica 

(A 1374) 

KENYA GOVERNMENT: Education De- 
partment, Nairobi, Kenya 

Government Overseas Bursaries 
II Unrestricted, provided it will benefit 

Kenya 

Unrestricted, but hard currency areas 
are at present excluded 

M, Available to British nationals resident 
in Kenya and to Goans of Portuguese 
nationality resident in Kenya; must 
normally have attained the highest 
educational qualifications available 
locally. 

<6 Varies from 50 to all-expenses grant 

I 1 academic year l 

* 105 28 

Director of Education, P.O. Box 340, 
Nairobi, by 31 March 

(A 1375) 
LEEWARD ISLANDS GOVERNMENT, 

St. John's, Antigua, Leeward Islands 
Leeward Islands Scholarship 

|| Unrestricted 

9 Usually United Kingdom or West 
Indies 

M. Available to British nationals who have 
attended school in the Leeward Is- 
lands for at least 3 years preceding the 
scholarship examination; age under 19; 
must have Cambridge University 
Higher School Certificate. 

4$ $1,200 to $1,464 

IS 3 to 6 years 

* I 88 

The Secretariat, Antigua 

(A 1376) 

GOVERNMENT OF THE FEDERATION 
OF MALAYA: Department of Education, 
Batu Road, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya 



Queen's Scholarships and Fellowships 
II Unrestricted 

9 United Kingdom 

Jft Available to nationals of the Federation 
of Malaya and Singapore ; must have 
attended schools in the Federation 
for 7 years; candidates for scholarships 
must be graduates of Singapore colleges, 
those for fellowships must be graduates 
of proved attainment. 

4 Maximum 500 for first year and 
400 for subsequent years plus trans- 
portation. Government servants receive 
dependents* allowances 

5 Scholarships, usually 3 years l ; fellow- 
ships, usually 2 years 

* 3 

Director of Education, Department of 
Education, Kuala Lumpur, in June 
or July 

(A 1377) 

GOVERNMENT OF MAURITIUS: 
Department of Education, Rose Hill, 
Mauritius 

English Scholarship 
II Unrestricted, subject to approval 

of the Governor 

United Kingdom or any other country 
subject to approval of the Governor 
or the Secretary of State 

M. Available to British nationals who have 
resided in Mauritius for period of 
7 years before the date of the examina- 
tion; age limit 20; must be pupils of 
recognized schools and must have 
passed the Cambridge School Certificate 
Examination with at least credit in 
English language and 5 other subjects 
at one and the same examination, 
followed by the Cambridge Higher 
School Certificate in certain specified 
subjects. The award is made on the 
results of the last examination. 

6 Maximum 435 p. a. plus transportation 
According to course of study under- 
taken * 

6 

Hi Director of Education, Rose Hill, 
Mauritius, by 1 June of year in which 
Higher School Certificate examination 
is held 

(A 1378) 

GOVERNMENT OF MAURITIUS: 
Department of Education, Rose Hill, 
Mauritius 

Donor: Mr. R.J.B. Anderson 

Anderson Scholarship 
H Unrestricted 

@ United Kingdom: Balliol College, Oxford 
4& Available to male British nationals who 

have attended a recognized secondary 

school in Mauritius for at least 3 years; 

age 19 or 20; must have Cambridge 

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200 p.a. 

O Approx. 3 years 

fc 1 every 3 or 4 years (available in 1953-54) 

Director of Education, Rose Hill, 
Mauritius, by 31 May in year of award 

(A 1379) 

MAURITIUS COLLEGE OF AGRI- 
CULTURE, Reduit, Mauritius 

Mauritius College of Agriculture Student 
Scholarship 

tt Agriculture and related subjects 
Europe, South Africa, U.S.A. 
Jft Available to male British nationals who 
have taken a diploma at Mauritius 
College of Agriculture; on completion 
of studies recipient may be required to 
work in a Government department or 
in any other agricultural concern for a 
specified period; awards are to enable 
recipients to acquire specialized know- 
ledge in subjects of practical importance 
to the agriculture of Mauritius. 
<J 435 p.a. plus transportation 
X According to course of study under- 
taken l 
* 1 

The Principal, Mauritius College of 
Agriculture, Reduit, Mauritius 

(A 1380) 

NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT, Lagos, Ni- 
geria 

Nigerian Government Scholarships 
It Unrestricted, subject to needs of 

Government 

Nigeria, United Kingdom, British Domin- 
ions 

M. Available to nationals of Nigeria and 
to Africans in the Nigerian Government 
Service; awards are to enable recipients 
to obtain qualifications and/or training 
to fit them to hold positions of respon- 
sibility in Government Service or in the 
community; recipients normally agree 
to serve the Government for 5 years, 
if required. 

4$ Variable; covers transportation, tuition 
fees, outfit allowance and possible 
dependents' allowance 

Jfi According to study needs * 

100 8 3 

91 Civil Service Commissioner, Secretariat, 
Lagos, by 30 November 

(A 1381) 

NORTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT, Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia 

Northern Rhodesia Government Bur- 
sary 

It Unrestricted, provided it will benefit 
Northern Rhodesia 



Unrestricted but usually Uganda, Union 
of South, Africa, United Kingdom 

Jft Available to Africans domiciled in 
Northern Rhodesia and to Africans who 
intend to work and live in Northern 
Rhodesia permanently; for some awards 
must be educated to university entrance 
standard; on completion of studies 
recipients are required to take up 
employment in Northern Rhodesia. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance for 
self and family, tuition fees, books, etc. 

B Average 3 years l 

* Unspecified * 

m P.O. Box 593, Lusaka, between 1 July 
and 10 August 

(A 1382) 

NORTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT, * Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia 

Higher Education Grants and Loans 
tt Agriculture, architecture, forestry 
veterinary science, native law and 
administration, law, accountancy, 
dentistry, applied arts, teaching 

Southern Rhodesia, Union of South 
Africa, United Kingdom 

M Available to Northern Ithodcsia Euro- 
pean nationals; generally education to 
university entrance standard is required; 
awards are to encourage higher educa- 
tion, particularly for students who wish 
to qualify for Government service in 
Northern Rhodesia and to persons in 
the employ of the Government who 
wish to improve their qualifications and 
return to Government service in Nor- 
thern Rhodesia. 

& Maximum grant 100 p.a.; maximum 
loan 150 p.a. free of interest; loans may 
be awarded if necessary in addition to 
scholarships, bursaries or grants 

ffi According to study needs 

* Unlimited 28 

Bi Director of European Education, P.O. 
Box 532, Lusaka 

(A 1383) 

NORTHERN RHODESIA GOVERN- 
MENT, Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia 

Northern Rhodesia Government Uni- 
versity Scholarships and Bursaries 
tt Unrestricted, provided it is a univer- 
sity degree course 

Union of South Africa, United Kingdom 
JH Available to Northern Rhodesia Euro- 
pean nationals; age limit 19; must be 
educated to university entrance stan- 
dard 
& Scholarships: if held in Union of South 



* See Awards Nos. A 751-751. 



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Africa, 225 p.a.; if held in U.K., 

300 p.a. plus transportation. Bursaries: 

100 p.a. 

B According to study needs 
fc 3 scholarships and 6 bursaries * * 
I Director of European Education, P.O. 

Box 532, Lusaka 

(A 1384) 

NYASALAND GOVERNMENT: Educa- 
tion Department, Zomba, Nyasaland 
Protectorate, Africa 

Nyasaland Government University 

Scholarships 
M I 'nrc'Htr ictcd, subject to approval 

United Kingdom or any other country 
approved by the Governor-in-Council 

Jft Available to Africans, Europeans and 
Asiatics resident in IVynsalaiicl and 
whose parents or guardians have resided 
in Nyasaland for the 3 years preceding 
application; must be educated to 
matriculation standard. Awards are 
to fit the recipients for posts of leader- 
ship in the Protectorate. 

A 25 to 200 p.a. 

S 3 to 6 years 1 

* 5 

Director of Education, P.O. Box 50, 
Zomba, Nyasaland, by 31 December of 
year preceding award 

(A 1385) 

ST. LUCIA GOVERNMENT: Education 
Department, Castries, St. Lucia 
St. Lucia Island Scholarships 
tt I 1 ii restricted 

British Commonwealth and Empire, 
Europe, U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of SI. Lucia ; 
age under 20; must have passed London 
University Matriculation Examination. 

4 325 to 350 p.a. plus transj ortatior, 
tuition fees and clothing allowance of 35 

M 4 to 6 years l 

2* 3 

Education Department, Castries, St. 
Lucia 

(A 1386) 

GOVERNMENT OF ST. VINCE1NT: 
Education Department, Kingstown, St. 
Vincent, British West Indies 

St. Vincent Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

United Kingdom or any other country 
approved by the Governor-in-Council 

Jl Available to British nationals born, 
or resident for the 5 years preceding the 
scholarship examination, in the Colony 
of St. Vincent ; age under 20; must 
have passed the Cambridge Higher 
School Certificate Examination; reci- 
pient must return to St. Vincent and 
serve the Government for 3 years if 
required. 



& Minimum 250 p.a. plus 65 p.a. cost of 
living allowance, and transportation 

5 Minimum 3 years l 

* I 

Bi Government Office, St. Vincent 

(A 1387) 

SARAWAK GOVERNMENT: Education 
Department, Kuching, Sarawak 

Sarawak Government Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted, subject to approval of 

the Government 

As approved by Scholarship Committee; 
generally Australia, Malaya, Singapore 
or United Kingdom 

M. Available to students born and educated 
in Sarawak in order that they may go 
to overseas institutions to take courses 
which are not available in Sarawak; 
educational requirements depend on 
course of study being undertaken; 
recipients may be required to serve the 
Government after completion of studies. 

6 According to needs 

H According to study needs 
ft Approx. 6 8 3 

Secretary, Scholarship Committee, c/o 
Secretariat, Kuching by 31 May 

(A 1388) 

GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE, 

Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa 
Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

Usually United Kingdom or other West 
African Colonies 

M. Available to British nationals and 
British protected persons resident in 
Sierra Leone; educational require- 
ments depend on course of study being 
undertaken; recipients may be required 
to serve the Government for a period 
equal to that of the scholarship. 

& In U.K.: 348 to 426 p.a. plus trans- 
portation, tuition fees, books, etc., 
outfit allowance 

H Usually 3 to 6 academic years l 

ft Unspecified 2 3 

E9 Director of Education, Freetown, usually 
13 months before start of course 

(A 1389) 

GOVERNMENT OF SINGAPORE. 
Government Offices, Empress Place, Singa- 
pore 6 

(a) Departmental Scholarships 

(b) Departmental Courses 

tt As required by the Government 

$ Usually United Kingdom or other parts 

of the sterling area 

Jl Available to local-born subordinate 
officers in the service of the Govern- 
ment of Singapore, to enable them to 
obtain qualifications necessary for pro- 
motion; age generally under 40; on 
completion of studies abroad recipients 



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must continue in the service of the 
Government for at least 5 years. 

Transportation, maintenance allowance, 
dependents' allowance as necessary, 
tuition fees and 40 outfit allowance for 
a course of study not exceeding 1 year 
and 60 for course lasting more than 
1 year 

H 3 months to 6 years, according to course 
of study 

fc Approx. 36 * 8 

I Colonial Secretary, Government Offices, 
Empress Place, Singapore 6, by 15 
October 

(A 1390) 

GOVERNMENT OF SINGAPORE 
Government Offices, Empress Place, Singa- 
pore 6 

(a) Queen's Fellowship 

(b) Queen's Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

Usually United Kingdom or other parts 
of the sterling area 

Jft Available to persons domiciled in 
Singapore; must be graduates of the 
University of Malaya and for (a) must 
have considerable practical experience 
in their subject 

& (a) Transportation and tuition fees plus, 
for fellows in Government service, 
salary plus 180 p. a. and for others, 
680 p. a. 

(b) Transportation, maintenance allow- 
ance, dependants' allowance as neces- 
sary, tuition fees, 35 outfit allowance 
arid additional grant of 70 

H Maximum 3 years 

* (a) I 23 ; (b) 2 28 

B Director of Education, P.O. Box 746, 
Singapore, by 31 August 

(A 1391) 

GOVERNMENT OF SINGAPORE 
Government Offices, Empress Place, Singa- 
pore 6 

Donor: Mr. Liew Kwong Hon 
Liew Wing Chee Srholarship 
M Post-graduate meclieal studies 
Usually United Kingdom or other parts 

of the sterling area 

4B. Available to persons domiciled in 
Singapore who ure medical graduates 
of the University of Malaya; on comple- 
tion of studies abroad recipients must 
continue in employment approved by 
the Government for at least 5 years. 
S Transportation plus unspecified amount 
B 3 years l 
A 1 every 3 years 

H Registrar, University of Malaya, Singa- 
pore 



(A 1392) 

GOVERNMENT OF TANGANYIKA 

Education Department, Dar es Salaam, 

Tanganyika 
Bursaries 

ft Unrestricted 

Uganda: Makerere College 

M Available to nationals of Tanganyika 
and intended mainly for Africans 
though a limited number is available 
to non- Africans; must pass Makerere 
College Entrance Examination. 

4$ Covers maintenance, tuition fees, books, 
and transportation twice a year be- 
tween home and college 

BI 2 to 7 years according to course of 
study * 

* Variable 

B The Hon'ble the Director of Education, 
Dar es Salaam, by 30 June 

(A 1393) 

GOVERNMENT OF TANGANYIKA 

Education Department, Dar es Salaam, 

Tanganyika 
Bursaries 

M Teacher training 

Zanzibar: Bcil-el-Ras 

M. Available to male Moslem African and 
Arab nationals of Tanganyika; must 
have passed Territorial Standard VIII; 
awards are to provide special Moslem 
teacher-training facilities for Moslem 
students of Tanganyika. 

rf 104 p. a. plus transportation 

H 3 years 

* 2 23 

EB The Hon'ble the Director of Education, 
Dar cs Salaam, by 31 January 

(A 1394) 

GOVERNMENT OF TANGANYIKA 
Education Department, Dar es Salaam, 
Tanganyika 

Donors: (a) Hon. .1. R. Leslie M.C.,M.L.C., 
Dar cs Salaam; (b) Mr. Alfred Wiggles- 
worth, Dar es Salaam 

(a) Leslie Scholarship 

(b) Wigglesworth Scholarship 
ft Unrestricted 

<& United Kingdom 

jft Available to British nationals of British 
descent resident in Tanganyika [(a) is 
for a boy and (b) for a girl]; age 12 to 
14; awards are to help in the develop- 
ment of Tanganyika by assisting settlers 
of British descent and British nationality 
to send their children for secondary 
education in boarding schools in Great 
Britain. 

& 100 p.a. 

K 4 years 

* (a) 1 ; (b) 1 



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fli The Hon'ble the Director of Education, 
Dar es Salaam, by 31 January 

(A 1395) 

GOVERNMENT OF TANGANYIKA 
Education Department, Dar es Salaam, 
Tanganyika 

Bursaries (PWD Engineering Course 

for Africans) 
M KiijjiiMM'i'injj 

Uganda: Kampala 

M Available to male African nationals 
of Tanganyika; age 18; must have 
passed Cambridge School Certificate; 
awards are to train recipients in Public 
Works Department engineering course. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, allowance of 3 
per month and 4 clothing allowance 

IS 5 years 

* 5 

The Hon'ble the Director of Education, 
Dar es Salaam, by 1 October 

(A 1396) 

GOVERNMENT OF TANGANYIKA 
Education Department, Dar es Salaam, 
Tanganyika 

Survey Bursaries 
tt Surveying 

Uganda 

M. Available to male African nationals of 
Tnii<)imyiliai ; must have passed Cam- 
bridge School Certificate. 

A Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books and allowance of 
H.10s or 4 per month 

B 2 years 

* 2 

Hi The Hon'ble the Director of Education, 
Dar e* Salaam, by 1 October 

(A 1397) 

TOGOLAND JOINT SCHOLARSHIP 

SCHEME 

Exchange Scholarships 

m Unrestricted 

United Kingdom 

JK Available to nationals of French TOJJO- 
laiid to enable them to carry out higher 
studies in the United Kingdom (see 
Award No. A 461 for similar awards to 
nationals of British Togoland to carry 
out higher studies in France). Purpose 
of awards is to improve cultural rela- 
tions between the two Togolands. 

& Covers transportation, maintenance, tui- 
tion fees 

I 1 year 

* 3 " 

Bi Fonds Commun Universitaire Franco- 

britannique, Commissariat de la Repu- 
blique au Togo, Lome, French Togoland 



(A 1398) 

UGANDA PROTECTORATE GOVERN- 

MENT, The Secretariat, Entebbe, Uganda, 

British East Africa 

Uganda Government Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted, provided it will be 
useful to Uganda 

Any country in the British Common- 
wealth 

Jl Available to persons who have received 
their education in Ujjanda or who are 
employed by the Government chiefly 
Africans, Indians, Goans and British 
of European origin; generally candidates 
have qualified at Makerere College, 
British East Africa; awards are to 
enable residents of all races of the 
Protectorate to take courses of study 
overseas more advanced than those as 
yet available in British East Africa. 

4$ Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc., plus dependents' 
allowances 

X 1 to 4 years (renewable up to maximum 
of 4 years) 

* 3 2 

Hi Director of Education, P.O. Box 263, 
Kampala, Uganda 

(A 1399) 

GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR, Zanzibar 
Zanzibar Government Scholarships 

M Unrestricted 

Unrestricted 

fll Available to nationals of Zanzibar; 
award is to enable officers in the 
Government service to go abroad for 
higher studies arid is also available to 
non-Government officers who are nor- 
mally required to serve the Govern- 
ment for a certain period on return to 
Zanzibar. 

<5 Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition, books, etc. 

According to study needs 

* Approx. 2 2 3 

Bi The Chief Secretary to the Government, 
Zanzibar 

(A 1400) 
GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR, Zanzibar 

Bursary for Indian Students 
tt Unrestricted 

* India, Pakistan 

A Available to Indian and Pakistani 
students whose parents have resided in 
Zan/.ibarfor 10 years previous toaward; 
must have completed secondary school 
course in Zanzibar within 2 years before 
application and must be in need of 
financial aid. Award is to enable 
recipients to continue their studies in 
India or Pakistan. 

& 250 p.a. 

X 4 to 7 years according to course of study 

* 1 



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Secretary, Indian Bursary Selection 
Committee, Education Department, 
Zanzibar 

(A 1401) 

GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR, Zan- 
Bibar 

Mombasa Institute of Muslim Educa- 
tion Bursaries 

M Woodworking and building, engi- 
neering, electrical engineering, sea- 
manship and navigation, marine 
trades 

Kenya: Mombasa Institute of Muslim 
Education 

M. Available to male nationals of Zanzibar 
who are practising Muslims; age 13 to 
20; must have completed either primary 
school course (6 years) or primary plus 
junior secondary school course (8 years); 
awards are made on the result of a 
competitive examination. 

Covers transportation, maintenance and 
tuition and, if necessary, additional 
allowance to cover clothing, etc. 

H 1 years l 

* 30 awarded in 1951-52. Each year 
20 new awards will be made 

B Principal, Mombasa Institute of Muslim 
Education. Mombasa 

(A 1402) 

GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR, Zan- 
zibar 

Special Entry Scholarship, Makerere 

College 



ft Art, education, social administra- 
tion 

Uganda: Makerere College, Kampala 

M, Available to nationals of Zanzibar 
who have been in Government employ 
for at least 2 years; awards are to enable 
recipients to take further professional 
training and they are expected to return 
to the service of the Government. 

<$ 873 

E 2 to 3 years l 

* 3 23 

BH Government of Zanzibar, Zanzibar, 
by June 

(A 1403) 

GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR, Zan- 

zibar 

Makerere College Bursaries 

ftft Medicine, veterinary medicine, edu- 
cation, agriculture 

@ Uganda: Makerere College, Kampala 

A Available to nationals of Zanzibar; 
awards are made on the results of the 
Cambridge School Certificate Exami- 
nation; recipients mu?t undertake to 
serve the Government for 5 years after 
qualification. 

& 873 

H 3 to 7 years, according to course of 
study 1 

It 3 2 * (approx. 15 are being held each 
year) 

Hi Government of Zanzibar, Zanzibar, 
by June 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



(1404) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (for advanced research in Ame- 
rican colleges and universities) 
ft Unrestricted 
* U.S.A. 

M (a) Available to nationals of the follow- 
ing countries participating in the Ful- 
bright Act: Australia, Austria, Bel- 
gium and Luxembourg, Burma, 
Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, 
Federal German BcpuhJic, Greece, 
India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, 
Turkey, Union of South Africa, 



United Kingdom and its Non-self- 
governing Territories ; 
(b) Also, usually available to nationals 
of: Afghanistan, Argentina, Bolivia, 
Brazil, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, 
Costa Biea, Cuba, Bominican Bepub- 
lic, Ecuador, II Salvador, Kthiopia, 
Formosa, Guatemala, Haiti, I lush e- 
mile Jordan, Honduras, Iceland, 
Indo-China, Indonesia, Ireland, Is- 
rael, Lehauon, Liheria, Libya, Mexi- 
co, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, 
Peru, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, 
South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Stvit- 
zerland, Syria, Trieste, Uruguay, 
Venezuela. (Changes in these alloca- 
tions may be made from time to time). 
Awards are made on academic or other 
experience which particularly qualifies 
the applicant to undertake the proposed 



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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Continued 



research project. Purpose of awards is 
to increase mutual understanding be- 
tween the people of U.S.A. and the 
peoples of other countries. 

^4 Covers transportation; in exceptional 
cases a sum may be granted for mainte- 
nance if funds permit 

H Usually 1 academic year 
* Approx. 400 * 

jp Information may be obtained from the 
United States Embassy, Legation or 
Consulate in candidate's own country, 
except that applicants from countries 
participating in the Fulbright Act 
should apply to the United States Edu- 
cational Foundation or Commission in 
their own country 

(A 1405) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department 
of State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 
United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (for lecturing in U.S. colleges 
and universities) 
m Unrestricted 
U.S.A. 

Jit (a) Available to nationals of the follow- 
ing countries participating in the Ful- 
bright Act: Australia, Austria, Bel- 
gium and Luxembourg, Burma, 
Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, 
Federal Ciermaii Republic, Greece, 
India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, 
Turkey, Union of South Africa, Uni- 
ted Kingdom and its Non-self- 
governing Territories ; 
{b) Also, usually available to nationals 
of: Afghanistan, Argentina, Bolivia, 
Brazil, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, 
Costa Iliea, Cuba, Dominican Repub- 
lic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, 
Formosa, Guatemala, Haiti, lluslie- 
mile Jordan, Honduras, Iceland, 
Indo-China, Indonesia, Ireland, Is- 
rael, Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, 
Libya, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, 
Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Saudi 
Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzer- 
land, Syria, Trieste, Uruguay, 
Venezuela. (Changes in these alloca- 
tions may be made from time to time). 
High academic qualifications and abi- 
lity to lecture fluently in English are 
required; preference given to candidates 
who have not had extensive previous 
experience in U.S.A.; applicants should 
make their own institutional contacts 
wherever possible. Awards are to 
increase mutual understanding between 
the people of U.S.A. and the peoples of 
other countries. 
4$ Covers transportation; in exceptional 



cases a sum may be granted for mainte- 
nance if funds permit 

DH Usually 1 academic year 

A Approx. 100" 

Information may be obtained from the 
United States Embassy, Legation or 
Consulate in candidate's own country, 
except that applicants from countries 
participating in the Fulbright Act 
should communicate with the United 
States Educational Foundation or Com- 
mission in their own country 

(A 1406) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department 
of State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 
United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (For teachers to teach and parti- 
cipate in teacher education programmes 
in U.S.A.) 

tt For interchange of teachers, fields gener- 
ally determined by teaching needs of 
host elementary and secondary schools 
in U.S.A. For teacher education grants, 
preference given to such fields as teach- 
ing of English as a secondary language, 
elementary and secondary school admi- 
nistration and teaching methods and 
vocational guidance and training 
& U.S.A. 

M (a) Interchange teacher travel grants 
and teacher education grants available 
to nationals of the following countries 
participating in the Fulbright Act: 
Australia , Austria , Belgium , France, 
Federal German Itepublie, Italy, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
United Kingdom; 

(b) Teacher education grants also avail- 
able to nationals of the following addi- 
tional countries participating in the 
Fulbright Act: Burma, Denmark, 
Egypt, Finland, Greeee, India, Iran, 
Iraq, Japan, Pakistan, Philip- 
pines, Thailand, Turkey, Union of 
South Africa, some British Noii-scII- 
governing Terrilories (see also below 
for certain specified British Non-self- 
governing Territories); 

(c) Teacher education grants available 
to nationals of the following additional 
countries; Afghanistan, Argentina, 
Bolivia, Brazil, Ceylon, Chile, Co- 
lombia, Costa Ilica, Cuba, Domini- 
can Bepublic, Ecuador, El Salvador, 
Formosa, Gold Coast, Guatemala, 
Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Ice- 
land, Indo-China, Indonesia, Israel, 
Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Malaya, 
Mexico, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pana- 
ma, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, 
Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Switzerland, 
Syria, Trieste, Tunisia, Uruguay, 
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(Changes in these allocations may be 
made from time to time). 
Candidates must have at least 3 years* 
successful full-time teaching experience 
and intend to return to same position 
or related work on termination of grant. 
Awards are to increase mutual under- 
standing between the people of U.S.A. 
and the peoples of other countries. 

4 Round trip transportation to and from 
U.S.A. for interchange teachers, to 
supplement salary of U.S. host school or 
maintenance allowance from other 
sources. Full grants may include mainte- 
nance, transportation, tuition and books 

I Usually 1 academic year for interchange 
teachers, 3 to 6 months for others 

jl 150 for interchange teachers and approx. 
326 for others 8 8 

Bi Information may be obtained from the 
United States Embassy, Legation or 
Consulate in candidate's own country, 
except that applicants from countries 
participating in the Fulbright Act 
should apply to the United States 
Educational Foundation or Commission 
in their own country 

(A 1407) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department 
of State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (Students: for study in U.S.A.) 

* Most study fields 

U.S.A. 

M. (a) Available to nationals of the follow- 
ing countries participating in the 
Fulbright Act: Australia, Austria, 
Belgium and Luxembourg, Burma, 
Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, 
Federal German Republic, Greece, 
India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, 
Turkey, Union of South Africa, 
United Kingdom and some British 
Non -self -governing Territories (see 
under (b) for certain specified British 
Non-self-governing Territories); 
(b) Also available to nationals of: 
Afghanistan, Argentina, Bolivia, 
Brazil, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, 
Costa Biea , Cuba, Dominican Repub- 
lic, Kcuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, 
Formosa, Gold Coast, Guatemala, 
Haiti, Ilashemite Jordan, Honduras, 
Iceland, Iiido-China, Indonesia, Ire- 
land, Israel, Kenya, Libya, Malaya, 
Mexico, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, 
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, 
Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Switzer- 



land, Syria, Trieste, Uruguay, Vene- 
zuela. 

Age limit is usually 18 to 35 with 
exception of special teen-age pro- 
grammes with Austria and Germany, 
where age limit is 16 to 18; preference 
given to candidates with bachelor's 
degree or equivalent, with exception of 
teen-age candidates from Austria and 
Germany who must be academically 
prepared to enter U.S. high schools. 
Awards are made to increase mutual 
understanding between the people of 
U.S.A. and the peoples of other countries. 

& Grants range from travel grants to sup- 
plement scholarships given by U.S. edu- 
cational institutions and other private 
groups or by foreign governments, to full 
study grants including a maximum 
maintenance of $180 per month, trans- 
portation, tuition fees and books. In 
some instances, maintenance and tuition 
may be provided for an orientation 
course before regular studies are under- 
taken. 

H Usually 1 academic year 

* Approx. 2,600 

Bi Applicants from countries participat- 
ing in the Fulbright Act should apply to 
the United States Educational Founda- 
tion or Commission in their own coun- 
try. Others should apply to the United 
States Embassy, Legation or Consulate in 
their own country, excepting Germany, 
where information may be obtained 
from the Exchange Officer of the Land 
Commissioner's Office in the Land in 
which applicant resides, if a resident of 
the U.S. Zone; other German students 
apply directly to Exchanges Division, 
Office of the United States High 
Commissioner for Germany, Frankfurt 

(A 1408) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department 
of State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (for U.S. research scholars) 
tt Unrestricted 

$ Australia, Austria, Belgium and Luxem- 
bourg, Burma, Denmark, Egypt, Fin- 
land, France, Federal German Republic, 
Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Tur- 
key, Union of South Africa, United 
Kingdom and its Non-self-governing 
Territories 

j| Available to nationals of U.S.A., for 
advanced research at universities and 
colleges in the above countries; must 



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have doctoral degree or recognized 
standing as a mature and well estab- 
lished scholar or professional worker; 
selection is based on applicant's pro- 
fessional qualifications and the merits 
and suitability of the project, including 
its relevance to the objectives of the pro- 
gramme. Veterans of World Wars I and 
II will be given preference if their quali- 
fications are approximately equal to 
those of other candidates. 

& Covers maintenance and transportation, 
paid in the currency of the host country 

H Usually 1 academic year 

* Approx. 180 * 8 

Conference Board of Associated Research 
Councils, 2101 Constitution Avenue, 
N.W., Washington 25, D.C. 

(A 1409) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 

Grants (for U.S. lecturers) 
m Unrestricted 

Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Aus- 
tria, Belgium and Luxembourg, Bolivia, 
Brazil, Burma, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, 
Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, Dominican 
Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, 
Ethiopia, Finland, Formosa, France, 
Federal German Republic, Greece, Gua- 
temala, Haiti, Hashemite Jordan, Hon- 
duras, Iceland, India, Indo-China, Indo- 
nesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, 
Japan, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Mexico, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, 
Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, 
Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Saudi Ara- 
bia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Swit- 
zerland, Syria, Thailand, Trieste, 
Turkey, Union of South Africa, United 
Kingdom, Uruguay, Venezuela 

M Available to nationals of U.S.A., for 
lecturing in universities and colleges 
in the above countries. Under the pro- 
gramme of educational exchange autho- 
rized by Public Law 584, 79th Congress, 
the Fulbright Act, grants are offered 
annually on a competitive basis for the 
following countries: Australia, Austria, 
Belgium and Luxembourg, Burma, Den- 
mark, Egypt, Finland, France, Federal 
German Republic, Greece, India, Iran, 
Iraq, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New 
Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, 
Thailand, Turkey, Union of South 
Africa, United Kingdom and its Non- 
Self-governing Territories. Grants under 
Public Law 402, 80th Congress, the 
Smith-Mundt Act, are available in 
countries where the Fulbright pro- 
gramme does not operate. Veterans of 
World Wars I and II will be given prefer- 



ence if their qualifications are approxi- 
mately equal to those of other candidates. 
Purpose is to increase mutual under- 
standing between the people of U.S.A. 
and those of other countries. 

Lecturers under the Fulbright Act 
receive round-trip transportation, a 
maintenance allowance and a book and 
incidental allowance, all paid in the 
currency of the host country. Non- 
Fulbright grants usually cover trans- 
portation, living allowance and a limited 
allowance for books and equipment if 
required 

K Usually 1 academic year 

* Approx. 260 2 8 

For grants to lecture in countries parti- 
cipating in the Fulbright Act, apply to 
Conference Board of Associated Research 
Councils, 2101 Constitution Avenue, 
N.W., Washington 25, D.C. For other 
countries, apply to Professional Acti- 
vities Branch, Educational Exchange 
Service, International Information Ad- 
ministration, Department of State, 
Washington 25, D.C. 

(A 1410) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (for U.S. elementary and second- 
ary school teachers) 

tt All subject fields appropriate for teach- 
ing in elementary and secondary schools 
Q Australia, Austria, Belgium and Luxem- 
bourg, Burma, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, 
Finland, France, Federal German Re- 

Sublic, Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, 
apan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nor- 
way, Pakistan, Philippines, Syria, Thai- 
land, Turkey, Union of South Africa, 
United Kingdom and its Non-self- 
governing Territories 

JH Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 
preferably 25 to 50; must have bache- 
lor's degree and should preferably have 
done additional graduate work; must 
have a minimum of 3 years' successful 
teaching experience. Awards are to 
increase mutual understanding between 
the people of U.S.A. and the peoples of 
other countries. 

4$ Awards for teacher interchange positions 
in Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, 
Federal German Republic, Italy, Nether- 
lands, New Zealand, Norway and the 
United Kingdom include transportation 
to supplement salaries which recipients 
of the grants continue to receive from 
their own school systems. Other awards 
include maintenance and transportation 
M Usually 1 academic year 
A Approx. 300 2S 



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For teacher interchange grants, grants 
to teach in national schools in the above 
countries, application should be made 
to the United States Office of Education, 
Federal Security Agency, Washington 
25, D.C. For grants to teach in American- 
sponsored schools abroad, application 
should be made to the American Schools 
Service, American Council on Educa- 
tion, 1785 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., 
Washington 6, D.C. 

(A 1411) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 

Grants (for U.S. students) 

Unrestricted 

Australia, Austria, Belgium and Luxem- 
bourg, Burma, Denmark, Egypt, Fin- 
land, France, Federal German Republic, 
Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, 
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, 
Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Turkey, 
Union of South Africa, United Kingdom 
and its Non-self-governing Territories; 
also, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, 
Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, 
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, 
Venezuela 

M Available to U.S. nationals; must have 
bachelor's degree or its equivalent and 
be of high scholastic and personal 
achievement; preference given to per- 
sons aged under 35 and veterans of 
World War II, if other qualifications 
are approximately equal. Awards are to 
enable recipients to undertake graduate 
study abroad and to become acquainted 
with other peoples and customs, thereby 
furthering international understanding. 

4& Grants for study in the first group of 
countries include transportation, main- 
tenance, tuition fees, allowance for 
books, etc., paid in the currency of the 
host country; grants for study in Latin 
American countries include transport- 
ation only, since the host Government 
pays tuition, a monthly maintenance 
allowance, and in some cases a small sum 
for books and incidental expenses, 
according to terms of the Buenos Aires 
Convention for the Promotion of Inter- 
American Cultural Relations 

D 1 academic year 

Approx. 900 a 3 

For grants to study in Latin American 
countries, application should be made 
to the International Educational Pro- 
grams Branch, United States Office of 



Education, Federal Security Agency, 
Washington 25, D.C., by 1 December; 
applications for grants to study in other 
countries should be made to the Insti- 
tute of International Education, 1 East 
67th Street, New York 21, N.Y, by 
15 October 

(A 1412) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Government International 
Training Grants (available under the 
Point IV Programme, the Educational 
Exchange Programme with Finland, and 
under the Maritime Administration Pro- 
gramme for merchant marine cadets 
from the other American republics. The 
U.S. Government provides the training 
opportunities in its various departments 
and agencies or, with their assistance, in 
private industry) 

M Various fields of public administra- 
tion, industrial method, and other 
applied science as represented by the 
competent Departments as follows: (1) 
Department of Agriculture, Office of 
Foreign Agricultural Relations; (2) Exe- 
cutive Office of the President, Bureau of 
the Budget; (3) Department of Com- 
merce Office of Business Economics, 
Bureau of the Census, Civil Aeronautics 
Administration, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, National Bureau of Standard?, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Weather Bu- 
reau; (4) Federal Security Agency 
Public Health Service, National Office 
of Vital Statistics of the Public Health 
Service, Social Security Administration 
(including Children's Bureau), Office of 
Education, Office of Vocational Reha- 
bilitation; (5) Housing and Home 
Finance Agency International Hous- 
ing Activities; (6) Department of the 
Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, 
Geological Survey, Bureau of Land 
Management, Bureau of Mines, Bureau 
of Reclamation, Office of Territories; 
(7) Department of Labour Office of 
International Labour Affairs, Bureau of 
Apprenticeship, Bureau of Employment 
Security, Bureau of Labour Standards, 
Bureau of Labour Statistics, Women's. 
Bureau; (8) other Government depart- 
ments, agencies and commissions. The 
fields of training available in private 
industry are as varied as industry itself, 
and special individualized programmes 
are arranged with the assistance of the 
Department of Labour 
U.S.A. 



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JL Applications are received from nationals 
of other countries when forwarded 
through and supported by their home 
governments; qualifications depend on 
type of training to be undertaken, which 
may be either in-service training with 
Government departments or agencies or 
training in industry. Awards are given 
as an aid to international economic and 
scientific co-operation and as a contri- 
bution toward better understanding 
between the people of U.S.A. and the 
peoples of other countries. 

& Varies according to programme and 
type of training. Except in the case of 
the Finnish Programme and the Mari- 
time Programme, grants do not include 
travel or maintenance, but are limited 
to training facilities 

B Average 9 months 

ft Unspecified number except those for 
merchant marine cadets which number 
12 ;a 

H Director of Technical Co-operation, c/o 
United States Embassy in candidate's 
own country 

(A 1413) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (for national leaders to visit 
U.S.A.) 

tt General professional fields including 
mass media, labour, social welfare, 
education, government , civic acti- 
vities and the arts 

e U.S.A. 

Jft Available by invitation, on a non-compe- 
titive basis, to nationals of Afghanis- 
tan, Argentina, Australia, Austria, 
Belgium and Luxembourg , Bolivia, 
lirazil, Burma, Ceylon, Chile, Co- 
lombia, Costa Ilica, Cuba, Denmark, 
Kcuador, Egypt, I'll Salvador, Ethio- 
pia, Finland, Formosa, France, Fe- 
deral German Bepublic, Gold Coast, 
Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Ilusho- 
mite Jordan, Honduras, Hong Kong, 
Iceland, India, Indo-Chiiia, Indo- 
nesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, 
Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Libya, Ma- 
laya, Mexico, Morocco, IMepal, Ne- 
therlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, 
Norway, Pakistan, 1'unama, Peru, 
Philippines, Portugal, South Korea, 
Spain, Switzerland, Syria, Thai- 
land, Trieste, Tunisia, Turkey, 
Union of South Afriea, United King- 
dom , Uruguay ; must be leaders in their 
fields of competence and be recommen- 
ded by the U.S. Foreign Service Posts 
in their countries. Purpose of awards is 
to increase mutual understanding be- 



tween the people of U.S.A. and the 

peoples of other countries. 
4 $12 per day plus transportation and 

travel within U.S.A. 
I 3 months 

* Approx. 1,500 * " 

Information on the programme can be 
obtained from the United States Em- 
bassy, Legation or Consulate in candi- 
date's own country, excepting Germany, 
where information can be obtained from 
the Office of the United States High 
Commissioner for Germany, Bonn 

(A 1414) 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, International 
Information Administration, Department of 
State, Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

United States Educational Exchange 
Grants (U.S. leaders and specialists) 
a General fields, including education, 
law, labour, government, mass 
media, civic activities, social welfare 

Recipients may visit one or more coun- 
tries in Latin America, Western Eu- 
rope, South-East [Asia, and the Middle 
and Far East. 

JL Available to U.S. nationals; age usually 
30 to 60; must be authority and leader 
in field of competence and representative 
of American life; services must be 
requested by foreign country through 
U.S. Foreign Service Post in country 
concerned, or, in the case of Germany, by 
the Office of the United States High 
Commissioner for Germany, Bonn. Pur- 
pose of awards is to increase mutual 
understanding between the people of 
U.S.A. and the peoples of other coun- 
tries. 

4 Maximum $700 per mouth plus trans- 
portation, additional living allowance 
and allowance for books if necessary 

H Usually 3 to 4 months 

A Approx. 200 23 

01 Leaders and Specialists Branch, Edu- 
cational Exchange Service, Interna- 
tional Information Administration, De- 
partment of State, Washington 25, D.C. 

(A 1415) 

ALTRUSA INTERNATIONAL, INC., 

332 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 

Illinois, U.S.A. 

Inter- American Grants-in-Aid 

tt Unrestricted 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to female nationals of Latin 
American countries; must be college 
graduates. Awards are intended to 
strengthen friendship with Latin Ameri- 
can women. 

<5 $250 to S750 

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* Unspecified 18 (Approx. $10,000 avail- 
able for awards) 

Mrs. Erma B. Christy, Chairman, Altrusa 
International Inter-American Grants- 
in-Aid Committee, 2820 University 
Avenue, Muncie, Indiana, or Institute 
of International Education selection 
committee in candidate's own country 

(A 1416) 

AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME, 101 
Park Avenue, New York )7, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Rome Prize Fellowships 
tt Architecture, landscape architec- 
ture, painting, sculpture, musical 
composition, history of art, classical 
studies 

Italy 

M. Available to citizens of U.S.A. who 
show outstanding ability in their chosen 
fields; bachelor's degree necessary in 
architecture, landscape architecture, his- 
tory of art and classical studies; no 
degree necessary for other fields. 

& $3,000. Living quarters provided 

E 1 year l 

20 * 

H American Academy in Rome, 101 Park 
Avenue, New York 17, N.Y., by 1 
January 

(A 1417) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

AAUW International Grants 
Rft Unrestricted 

U.S.A. except in few special cases 

Jii Available to female nationals of coun- 
tries which have suffered from the war, 
preferably graduates likely to contribute 
towards country's reconstruction. 

<S From $200 for short-term grant to 
grant covering all expenses for acade- 
mic year 

B Variable 

Approx. 48 for academic year and 7 for 
shorter periods a 8 

H Federation of University Women in 
applicant's own country or the Ameri- 
can Association of University Women, 
1634 Eye Street, N.W., Washington 6, 
D.C., by 1 January 

(A 1418) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

AAUW National Fellowships 
tt Unrestricted except for 1 fellowship for 
research in physics, chemistry or bio- 
logy, and 1 fellowship in social work 

Unrestricted 



Jt Available to female nationals of U.S.A.; 

in general must have completed 2 years' 

work (or Ph.D. degree or already hold 

Ph.D. degree. 
6 Generally $1,500 (4 for $2,000, 1 for 

$2,200, 1 for $2,500 and 3 for $3,000) 
IS 1 academic year 

* 24 8 

Fellowship Awards Committee, 1634 
Eye Street, N.W., Washington 6, D.C., 
by 15 December of year preceding award 

(A 1419) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

Latin American Fellowship 
tt Restricted to field preparing for some 
form of public service in recipient'* 
own country 
U.S.A. 

M. Available to female nationals of Latin 
American republics; must have edu- 
cation of college standard. Award is 
intended to further friendly relations 
with women of Latin American republics. 
& $1,500 
B 1 academic year 

* 1 2 8 

08 Fellowship Awards Committee, 1634 
Eye Street, N.W., Washington 6, D.C., 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country by 1 January of year preceding 
award 

(A 1420) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

Ida H. Hyde Woman's Internationa] 
Fellowship 

n Research in euthenics or eugenics 
> Any country other than that of the 

recipient 

JR Available to members of National 
Associations of University Women affi- 
liated to the International Federation 
of University Women; must have 
doctorate. 
& $1,500 
K 1 academic year 

* 1 28 

H National Association of University 
Women of which candidate is member, 
by 1 January 

(A 1421) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

Rose Sidgwick Memorial Fellowship 
II Unrestricted 



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U.S.A. 

Jl Available to female nationals of the 
United Kingdom; age limit 35; must 
be of graduate standing. Award is 
intended to promote British-American 
friendship. 

A $2,000 

B 1 academic year 

H 1 every 2 years 3 

fli British Federation of University Women 
17A Kings Road, London S.W.3 

(A 1422) 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI- 
VERSITY WOMEN, 1634 Eye Street, 
N.W., Washington 6, B.C., U.S.A. 
AAUW International Fellowships: 

(a) Aurelia Reinhardt International 
Fellowship 

(b) Pennsylvania State International 
Fellowship 

M Research in any subject 

Any country other than that of the 
recipient 

M, Available to members of National Asso- 
ciations of University Women affiliated 
to the International Federation of Uni- 
versity Women. 

4 (a) $2,000; (b) $1,500 

15 1 academic year 

(a)l 2 ;(b)l 

National Association of University Wo- 
men of which candidate is a member, 
by 1 January 

(A 1423) 

AMERICAN BUREAU FOR MEDICAL 
AID TO CHINA, Inc., 1790 Broadway, 
New York 19, N.Y., U.S.A. 

ABMAC Fellowships 
tt Medicine, nursing and related sciences 

U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of China ; must 
hold degree from approved Chinese 
medical or nursing school; preference 
given to teachers in medical schools. 
Awards are to help to improve medical 
education and medical services for the 
Chinese people by offering advanced 
training to medical teachers and cli- 
nicians. 

& Usually $2,800 

B 1 year 

fc Probably 8 or more* 

American Bureau for Medical Aid to 
China, Inc., 11 Chungshan Road, South, 
Taipai, Formosa 

(A 1424) 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, INC., 
47 Beaver Street, New York 4, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

American Cancer Society Fellowships 

in Cancer Research 
tt Cancer research 



Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. ; age 
generally under 40; generally required 
to have doctor's degree. Awards are to 
increase the number of trained personnel 
for cancer research and clinical cancer 
research. 

A $2,000 to $6,000 (total amount for 
awards is $200,000) 

E 1 year * 

A Approx. 50 * 

Committee on Growth, National 
Research Council, 2101 Constitution 
Avenue, Washington 25, D.C., by 

I November and 1 March 

(A 1425) 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, INC., 

47 Beaver Street, New York 4, N.Y., 

U.S.A. 

British- American Exchange Fellowships 
in Cancer Research 

tt Cancer research 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of the United 
Kingdom who are qualified to under- 
take cancer research. 

& $4,000 

IS. 1 year 

* 3 a 

British Empire Cancer Campaign, 

II Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park 
Corner, London S.W.I 

(A 1426) 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF SOROP- 
TIMIST CLUBS, 1530 Chestnut Street, 
Philadelphia 2, Pa., U.S.A. 

American Federation of Soroptimist 

Clubs-Unesco Fellowship 
tt Social sciences : "Comparison between 

German women's position and American 

women's position" 

U.S.A. 

J| Available to women nationals of Ger- 
many; should have a degree in socio- 
logy, political science, law or public opi- 
nion analysis and should occupy a posi- 
tion of some responsibility so that on 
her return to Germany she will be able to 
direct research projects or influence 
trends towards the implementation of 
women's rights as citizens in the national 
community. 

& $3,000 

B Approx. 6 months 

* 1 

Award already allocated 

(A 1427) 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE INTER- 
NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS, 113 East 
30th Street, New York 16, N.Y., U.S.A. 

American Field Service International 

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flft Secondary school subjects 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 

age 16 to 18; must have sufficient edu- 
cation to fit into final year class at U.S. 
secondary school. Awards are intended 
to promote the ideal of world peace 
through understanding among the 
peoples and therefore candidates should 
be genuinely interested in these aims 
rather than merely in their own per- 
sonal education. 

<S $900 to $1,675 

X 1 academic year 

* 240 23 

American Field Service International 
Scholarships, 113 East 30th Street, 
New York 16, N.Y., by 1 November 

(A 1428) 

AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE 
COMMITTEE, 20 South 12th Street, 
Philadelphia 7, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Donor: Margaret Campbell 
Mary Campbell Memorial Fellowship 
Ml International relations, race rela- 
tions, history, religion, sociology 
4> Preferably Europe, Asia. 
Jl Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 
over 21; must be college graduate and 
be interested in making a contribution 
to peace among nations; preference 
given to members of the Society of 
Friends; award is given to prepare 
students for work in international and 
inter-racial relations. 
A $1,000 

K 1 academic year 
A 1 

Committee of Award, American Friends 
Service Committee, 20 South 12th 
Street, Philadelphia 7, Pennsylvania, by 
17 March 

(A 1429) 

AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS 
ASSOCIATION, 1600 Twentieth Street, 
N.W., Washington 9, D.C., U.S.A. 

International Scholarships of the Amer- 
ican Home Economics Association 
M Family relations and child develop- 
ment, family economics home 
management, food and nutrition, tex- 
tiles and clothing, housing and house- 
hold equipment, home economics edu- 
cation, or social welfare and pnblic 
health 
U.S.A. 

M. Available to women of any nationality ; 
age preferably 22 to 40; must have 
completed basic courses needed for the 
technical courses in the branch of home 
economics to be studied in U.S.A., 



preferably with graduation from a uni- 
versity or professional school of recog- 
nized standing in own country. 

<S $1,000 

1C 1 academic year 

* 7 a 

19 Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
Country (see page 350} 

(A 1430) 

AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS 
ASSOCIATION, 1600 Twentieth Street, 
N.W., Washington 9, D.C., U.S.A. 

Helen W. Atwater International Fellow- 
ship 

tt Family relations and child develop- 
ment, family economics home 
management, food and nutrition, tex- 
tiles and clothing, housing and house- 
hold equipment, home economics edu- 
cation, or social welfare and public 
health 

* U.S.A. 

JL Available to women of any nationality j 
age preferably 22 to 40; must have 
completed basic courses needed for the 
technical courses in the branch of home 
economics to be studied in U.S.A., 
preferably with graduation from a uni- 
versity or professional school of recogni- 
zed standing in own country; must have 
had at least 2 years of successful pro- 
fessional experience in home economics 
or a closely related field. 

5 $1,700 

1 academic year 

* 1 2 8 

B Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1431) 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHI- 
TECTS, 1741 New York Avenue, N.W., 
Washington 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

Donors: William A. Delano and Chester 

H. Aldrich 

Delano and Aldrich Fellowship 
Ml American methods of architecture and 

construction 
$ U.S.A. 
M. Available to nationals of France; 

usually required to have architectural 

degree. 

& Approx. $1,200 
IS 1 academic year 

* 1 

American Institute of Architects, 1741 
New York Avenue, N. W., Washington 6, 
D.C. 



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(A 1432) 

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS, 
Washington 18, D.C., U.S.A. 

International Activities Fellowship and 
Study Visit Programme 
II Fields related to Red Cross work 
such as general administration, National 
Blood Programme, health, nursing, 
social welfare, voluntary services and 
fund raising 

U.S.A. 

M Available to members of the 68 National 
Red Cross Societies; must be persons 
who have taken an active part in their 
Society's programme and who will 
return to a responsible position within 
the Society on completion of the study 
period. 

4 Covers maintenance, travel within 
U.S.A., tuition fees, books, etc. 

K 2 to 6 months 

* Unspecified * 

National Red Cross Society in can- 
didate's own country 

(A 1433) 

AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUND- 
ATION, 127 East 73rd Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

American-Scandinavian Foundation 

Travelling Fellowships 
m Unrestricted 

Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden 
M, Available to nationals of U.S.A. for 

advanced independent research; must 

be graduates. 

4 Approx. $1,500 to $2,000 
B Usually 1 academic year * 

Approx. 10 * 3 

American-Scandinavian Foundation, 
127 East 73rd Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., from 1 January to IS March 

(A 1434) 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR FRIEND- 
SHIP WITH SWITZERLAND, INC., 
8 West 40th Street, New York 18, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

ASFS Fellowships for Graduate Study 
II Preference given to fields other than 

medicine and natural science 

U.S.A. or Switzerland 

M Available to Swiss nationals to study 
in U.S.A. and to U.S. nationals to 
study in Switzerland; must be graduate 
students. 

4 Approx. $1,000 

M 1 academic year 

jfc Variable; approx. 2 each to Americans 
and Swiss 

Swiss: Professor Hans Pallmann, Eid- 
genoessische Technische Hocbschule, 
Zurich, by 1 November; Americans: 
Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, 
by 1 March 



(A 1435) 

AMERICAN-SWISS FOUNDATION FOR 
SCIENTIFIC EXCHANGE, INC., Post 
Office Box 26, Nutley, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
American- Swiss Foundation for Scien- 
tific Exchange Awards 
II Natural sciences and medicine 

U.S.A. or Switzerland 

Jft Available to Swiss nationals for study 
or research in U.S.A. and to U.S. 
nationals for study or research in 
Switzerland; should be post-graduate 
students, teachers or others in scientific 
fields and should have Ph.D. or M.D. 
degree or equivalent experience. 

& Approx. $1,700 

K 1 academic year 1 

* Variable 

Swiss post-graduate students: Professor 
Hans Pallmann, Eidgenoessische Tech- 
nische Hochschule, Zurich, by 1 
November; American post-graduate 
students: Institute of International 
Education, 1 East 67th Street, New 
York 21, N.Y., by 1 March', American 
or Swiss professors: American-Swiss 
Foundation for Scientific Exchange, 
Inc., Post Office Box 26, Nutley, New 
Jersey 



(A 1436) 

ANACONDA COPPER MINING COM- 
PANY 

Anaconda Fellowship 
II Unrestricted, preference given to 

engineering subjects 

U.S.A. 

M, Available to nationals of Chile; must 
be qualified students who will benefit 
from a year's further study in U.S.A. 

6 $1,200 to $1,500 

B 1 year l 

* 1 

Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1437) 

ANGLO-AMERICAN-HELLENIC 
BUREAU OF EDUCATION, 126 Living- 
ston Hall, Columbia University, New York, 
U.S.A. 

Graduate Fellowships 
II Liberal arts and graduate work in 

agriculture, forestry, teaching, 

social work, nursing, engineering, 

architecture 

U.S.A. or Canada 

M. Available to Greek nationals; must be 
graduates with ARISTA or near 
ARISTA grade from their specific pro* 
fessional schools and must be attached 
to one of Greece's institutions of 
learning; recipients must return to 



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Greece and use their knowledge for the 
reconstruction of their country. 

4 $800 to $1,600 

M 6 months to 1 academic year 1 

* 9 ia 

Anglo-American-Hellenic Bureau of Edu- 
cation, Box D, 126 Livingston Hall, 
Columbia University, New York 27, 
N.Y., by 1 March 

(A 1438) 

ANGLO-AMERICAN-HELLENIC BU- 
REAU OF EDUCATION, 126 Livingston 
Hall, Columbia University, New York, 
U.S.A. 

Undergraduate Scholarships 
m Liberal arts and graduate work in 

agriculture, forestry, teaching, 

social work, nursing, engineering, 

architecture 

U.S.A. or Canada 

Jl Available to Greek nationals; age over 
18; must be gymnasium graduates 
with a 4-year ARISTA or near ARISTA 
average grade; recipients must return 
to Greece and use their knowledge for 
the reconstruction of their country. 

& $800 to $1,600 

4 years l 

110 

Anglo-American-Hellenic Bureau of 
Education, Box D, 126 Livingston Hall, 
Columbia University, New York 27, 
N.Y., by 1 March 

(A 1439) 

BEAUX ARTS INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, 
115 East 40th Street, New York 16, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Lloyd Warren Scholarship 
tt Architecture 

Unrestripted 

M Available to nationals of U.S.A.? age 
under 27; award is made after a com- 
petition open to persons who are 
completing, or have completed, an 
architectural course with a degree or 
its equivalent. 

A Approx. $5,000 

S 18 months 

l * * 

Beaux Arts Institute of Design, 115 East 

40th Street, New York 16, N.Y., by 
1 December 

(A 1440) 

BELGIAN-AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL 
FOUNDATION, INC., 420 Lexington 
Avenue, New York 17, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Donor: Commission for Relief in Bel- 
gium, 1914-1918 
CRB Fellowships 

Unrestricted 



* Belgium, Belgian Congo, U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of Belgium for 

study in U.S.A. and to nationals of 

U.S.A. for study in Belgium or the 

Belgian Congo; must have university 

degree. 

4 $2,000 to $4,000 

5 3 to 12 months 1 

* Approx. 25 8 

Belgian- American Educational Foun- 
dation, Inc., 420 Lexington Avenue,. 
New York 17,N.Y., or Belgian- American 
Educational Foundation, Inc., 11 rue 
d'Egmont, Brussels, by 1 November 

(A 1441) 

BELGIAN-AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL 
FOUNDATION, INC., 420 Lexington 
Avenue, New York 17, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Brussels Art Seminar Fellowships 
tt History ol art 
$ Belgium 
M. Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 

normally 20 to 35 ; must have university 

degree and have specialized in the field 

of art. 
<S $600 

2 months 

* Approx. 20 

Belgian-American Educational Foun- 
dation, Inc., 420 Lexington Avenue, 
New York 17, N.Y., by 1 March 

(A 1442) 

BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIR- 
WAYS, U.S.A. 

Air Travel Fellowships 
Ml Unrestricted 
U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of Argentina, 
Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, 
Panama, Paraguay, Peru j must have 
professional school or university educa- 
tion; awards are to enable Latin 
American students to continue their 
graduate studies in U.S.A. 
<5 Air transportation to and from U.S.A. 

1 1 year 

* 25 

HI Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's 
country (see page 350) generally by 
1 November 

(A 1443> 

BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIR- 
WAYS, U.S.A. 

Air Travel Fellowships 
m Unrestricted 

6 Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, 
Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru 

4 Available to United States student* 



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who wish to study at Latin American 

universities. 
A Air transportation to and from country 

of study 
X 1 year 

* 25 * 

Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, 
N.Y., by 31 October and 15 March 

(A 1444) 

BRETHREN SERVICE COMMISSION, 

22 South State Street, Elgin, Illinois, U.S.A. 
Brethren Volunteer Service 

M Volunteers receive 2 months' training at 
New Windsor, Maryland, then serve the 
remainder of the time in Brethren 
Service projects 

Austria, Germany 

M Available to young people from Canada, 
U.S.A. and other American coun- 
tries ; age 18 to 36; must be high school 
graduates and should have college 
training; must have working knowledge 
of another language besides English; 
volunteers work in work camps and 
other service projects and receive 
maintenance. Awards are to provide 
a religious and cultural exchange of 
young people from America to Europe 
and to further world peace. 

& Covers transportation and maintenance 

X 20 months 

* 15 to 20 a 

Brethren Service Commission, 22 South 
State Street, Elgin, Illinois 

(A 1445) 

BRETHREN SERVICE COMMISSION, 
22 South State Street, Elgin, Illinois, U.S.A. 

Brethren Service Student Exchange 
M Liberal arts 

* U.S.A. 

M Available to students from European 
countries regardless of race, colour 
or creed; must be educated to entrance 
standard for undergraduate study in a 
liberal arts college; awards are for study 
in one of the Church of the Brethren 
colleges and recipients are required to 
perform some services in return for 
their maintenance. 

4 Covers maintenance, tuition, books, etc., 
and, if approved, transportation 

M 2 academic years 

* Approx. 12 to 15 f 

Brethren Service Commission, Central 
Office, 22 South State Street, Elgin, 
Illinois, or Brethren Service Commission, 
European Office, 17 route de Malagnou, 
Geneva 

(A 1446) 

CARNEGIE CORPORATION OF NEW 
YORK, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York 18, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

Grants-in-aid for Traveland Study 



II Law, government, economics, po- 
litical science, sociology, interna- 
tional affairs, as well as history, 
anthropology and psychology in their 
current social implications, and agri- 
culture and education in their broader 
aspects 

U.S.A., British Commonwealth and 
elsewhere 

JR Available to individuals in Australia, 
Canada, New Zealand, Union of 
South Africa, and British colonies 
who hold positions of considerable res- 
ponsibility, chiefly in universities, for 
travel and study abroad; preference 
given to those whose work in teaching, re- 
search or administration is primarily 
concerned with problems of human rela- 
tion ships. It is expected that candidates 
will have completed all formal education, 
that they will know clearly the pro- 
gramme of visits they wish to undertake 
and will return to their posts informed 
and invigorated. 

*5 Variable 

K Minimum of 4 months for principal 
grants; unspecified period for supple- 
mentary grants 

A Unspecified 2 8 

British Dominions and Colonies Fund, 
Carnegie Corporation of New York, 
522 Fifth Avenue, New York 18, N.Y., 
at least 6, and preferably 9, months ahead 
for candidates from Canada and British 

West Indies ; and at least #, and preferably 
12i months ahead for candidates from 
other countries 



(A 1447) 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York 27, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

William Bayard Cutting Travelling 

Fellowships 
M Arts, science, law, medicine, fine 

arts 

U.S.A. or other countries 

4L Available to men who have been 
graduate students at Columbia Univer- 
sity in the Faculties of Political Science, 
Philosophy or Pure Science for at least 
1 academic year and to graduates of 
Columbia University in law, medicine, 
engineering, architecture or music; pre- 
ference given to candidates of American 
parentage. 

5 Approx. $3,000 

B 1 year 

* 4 

Columbia University, New York 27, N. Y. 



(A 1448) 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York 27, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

Euretta J. Kellett Fellowships 
U Arts 



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9 United Kingdom: Cambridge University 
or Oxford University 

JL Available to graduates of Columbia 
University who have shown exceptional 
proficiency in the study of the human- 
ities. 

4 Approx. $2,000 

I 1 year or more 

* 3 28 

Columbia University, New York 27, 
N.Y. 



(A 1449) 

COMMONWEALTH FUND, 41 East 57th 
Street, New York 22, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Donors: The late Mrs. Stephen V. 
Harkness and the late Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward S. Harkness 
Commonwealth Fund British Fellow- 
ships 
flfl Unrestricted 

* U.S.A. 

Jl Available to graduates of universities in 
the United Kingdom and to profes- 
sional journalists in Great Britain who 
are British subjects, age 23 to 35; and 
to teachers in American studies at 
universities in the United Kingdom who 
are British subjects, age under 55; and 
to civil servants age under 40 in the 
higher ranks of the Home Civil Service 
of Great Britain, or of the civil service 
of the Governments of Australia, New 
Zealand, Union of South Africa, and 
the Governments of British Colonies, 
Protectorates and Trust Territories 
distant from U.S.A. Candidates must 
not have previously studied or worked 
for more than a few months in U.S.A. 
and must be available for interview in 
London (except overseas civil servants); 
on expiry of fellowship recipient must 
return for not less than 2 years to some 
part of the British Commonwealth. 

< Covers transportation, tuition, living 
expenses, travel in U.S.A. 

H 4 to 21 months, usually 12 months 

* 38 28 

Hi The Warden, Harkness House, 35 Port- 
man Square, London W.I 

(A 1450) 

COUNCIL OF MENNONITE AND 
AFFILIATED COLLEGES, Grantham, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

Mennonite Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 

* U.S.A. 

Jft Available to nationals of Belgium, 
France, Germany, Italy, Nether- 
lands, Switzerland; age 18; must be 
qualified for matriculation as freshman 



in one of the 9 colleges associated with 
the Council and must be interested 
in Christian life and service; students 
having no money are asked to work a 
number of hours weekly to earn personal 
expense money. Awards are to build 
appreciation for the American way of 
life, to establish international under- 
standing, to promote a world-wide 
Christian fellowship, and to promote a 
Mennonite world fellowship. 
5 $1,000 

1 year 

A 16 : 10 to Germany, 6 to other coun- 
tries a 8 

BH Europe: Executive Director, Mennonite 
Central Committee, Arnold Boecklin- 
strasse 11, Basle, Switzerland, by 
1 January; U.S.A.: Council of 
Mennonite and Affiliated Colleges, 
Grantham, Pa. 

(A 1451) 

CRUSADE SCHOLARSHIP FUND, 

Room 410, 150 Fifth Avenue, New York 11, 

N.Y., U.S.A. 

Donor: Division of Foreign Missions, 
Methodist Board 
Crusade Scholarships 

tt Unrestricted 

<& U.S.A. 

JK Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age under 35; must have qualified for 
graduate study or have completed the 
educational programme available in 
own country; purpose of the awards is 
to develop Christian leadership among 
the outstanding young people connected 
with the activities and institutions in 
their countries for the development of a 
world Christian community. These 
scholarships are generally awarded to 
persons actively working in some 
hospital or school or in Church activities . 

<5 Varies; may cover transportation, 
maintenance, tuition fees, books, etc. 

1 1 to 3 years 
* 75 2 

Di Crusade Scholarship Fund, 150 Fifth 
Avenue, New York 11, N.Y., by 
30 October or 25 February 

(A 1452) 

DAMON RUNYON MEMORIAL FUND 
FOR CANCER RESEARCH, Inc., Hotel 
Astor, Broadway and 44th Street, New 
York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Damon Runyon Fellowships 
Ml Cancer research 
Unrestricted 
jft Available to nationals of all countries 

but generally given to residents of 



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U.S.A.; age generally under 40; gene- 
rally required to have M.D. or Ph.D. 
degree. Awards are to increase the 
number of trained personnel for cancer 
research. 

A Maximum $6,000 p. a. 

E Awards are made for 1 year with moral 
obligation to renew for a total of 3 years 
if progress reports are satisfactory 

* Approx. 50 a 8 

Damon Runyon Memorial Fund for 
Cancer Research, Inc., Hotel Astor, 
Broadway and 44th Street, New York, 
N.Y. 

(A 1453) 

DAZIAN FOUNDATION FOR MEDICAL 
RESEARCH, 116 West 59th Street, New 
York 19, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Dazian Fellowships for Study of Medicine 
Ml Medical research 

Canada, U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
must have M.D. degree. Awards are 
intended for advancement of medical 
and allied sciences by research and 
investigations by persons not engaged 
therein for private gain. 

& Approx. $1,800 to $3,000 

M 1 year 

Approx. 30 * 8 

Dazian Foundation for Medical 
Research, 116 West 59th Street, New 
York 19, N.Y. 

(A 1454) 

EARLHAM COLLEGE, Richmond, In- 
diana, U.S.A. 

Donor: Dorothy Quimby Peaslee 

Warren Barrett Fund 
m Unrestricted 

Countries other than U.S.A. 

M. Available to members of the sophomore 
class at Earlham College; recipient is 
expected to return to Earlham College 
for his Senior year. 

A Approx. $800 

K 1 academic year 

A 1 every 2 years 8 

Secretary, Scholarship Financial Aid 
Committee, Earlham College, Richmond, 
Indiana, by 1 March of year in which 
scholarship is awarded 

(A 1455) 

ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION, 19 East 
54th Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

English-Speaking Union Fellowships 
m Unrestricted 

U.S.A. 

Jl Available to nationals of Great Britain 
and Northern Ireland; age under 30; 
must be educated to university degree 
standard and must undertake post- 
graduate study in American universities. 

4 Approx. $2,000 



9 1 academic year 

fc 8 * * (5 for men, 3 for women) 

Mrs. D alt on, English-Speaking Union, 
Dartmouth House, 37 Charles Street, 
London W.I, by 1 February 

(A 1456) 

ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION, 19 East 
54th Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

American and British Schoolboy 

Scholarships 

m 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to national of Great Britain 
and Ireland; age under 18 years 
6 months. The scholarships are reciprocal 
and are offered by American indepen- 
dent boarding schools in exchange for 
similar scholarships offered by British 
independent boarding schools for boys 
in their final year. 

A Maintenance and tuition fees 

D 1 year 

ft Approx. 25 * 8 

Bi English-Speaking Union, Dartmouth 
House, 37 Charles Street, London W.I, 
in April 

(A 1457) 

THE EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIO- 
NAL LIVING, Putney, Vermont, U.S.A. 
Donor: The Experiment in Interna- 
tional Living in co-operation with vari- 
ous communities 
Scholarships 
II Unrestricted 

Europe and Latin America 

M. Available to U.S. students to live for 
about 2 months in homes abroad, as 
part of arrangements made annually 
by the Experiment in International 
Living to send U.S. students abroad 
during the summer vacation. The 
Experiment will co-operate (promotion- 
ally and administratively) with any 
U.S. community which wishes to provide 
funds to send a representative abroad 
with the Experiment; the community 
must provide full amount of fee. 

$ Varies in each case 

X 2 months 

Approx. 30 * 8 

Hi The Experiment in International Living, 
Putney, Vermont 

(A 1458) 

GENERAL FEDERATION OF 
WOMEN'S CLUBS, 1734 N. Street, N.W., 
Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

Pan-American Fellowship 
Ml Unrestricted, preferably social service 

e U.S.A. 

JL Available to female students from 
Latin American countries who wish 
to do graduate work in U.S.A. ; recipient 



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IB expected to return to own country 

for service. 
4 Approx. $1,000 
B 1 year 
* I 

Applications should be made through 
Selection Committees. Prospective can- 
didates should apply to the Cultural 
Relations Attache at the United States 
Embassy in their country, who can put 
them in touch with the Committee 

(A 1459) 

VARIOUS STATE FEDERATIONS OF 
WOMEN'S CLUBS, U.S.A. 

Scholarship and Fellowship Awards 
I Unrestricted, preferably social service 

Usually U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of most coun- 
tries; awards are generally made to 
women. 

4 Variable 

5 1 academic year ' 
A Unspecified * * 

Applications should be made through 
Selection Committees. Prospective can- 
didates should apply to the Cultural 
Relations Attache at the United States 
Embassy in their country, who can put 
them in touch with the Committee 

(A 1460 ) 

GERMANISTIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA, 
INC., 423 West 117th Street, New York 27, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

Germanistic Society Fellowship 
tl Preferably Germanics, including his- 
tory, art, literature, language, politics 

Austria, Germany, German Switzerland 
4ft Available to U.S. nationals; must have 

bachelor's degree; preference given to 
students who have not previously been 
abroad. 

4 $1,000 

B 1 academic year 

I 23 

9 Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
by 1 March 

(A 1461) 

JOHN SIMON GUGGENHEIM MEMOR- 
IAL FOUNDATION, 551 Fifth Avenue, 
New York 17, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Guggenheim Fellowships 
It Research in any field of knowledge or 
creative work in any of the fine tirts 
9 U.S.A. or unrestricted for U.S. nationals 
A Available to citizens (or in exceptional 
cases permanent residents) of Canada, 
Philippines, U.S.A., and the Latin 
American republics; age normally 
25 to 40; awarded to men and women 



who have already demonstrated unusual 
capacity for productive scholarship 
or unusual creative ability in the fine 
arts. Purpose of the Foundation is to 
improve the quality of education and 
the practice of the arts and the pro- 
fessions, to foster research, and provide 
for the cause of better international 
understanding by offering fellowships 
to further the development of scholars 
and artists, to assist them to engage in 
research in any field of knowledge and 
artistic creation in any of the fine arts. 

4 Normally $3,000 

H Usually 12 months; in special cases for 
shorter periods 

* Approx. 156 to U.S. nationals, 9 to 
Canadians, 29 to Latin Americans 
and Filipinos 

Mr. Henry Allen Moe, Secretary-General, 
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial 
Foundation, 551 Fifth Avenue, New 
York 17, N.Y. 

(A 1462) 

INSTITUTE OF WORLD AFFAIRS, 
522 Fifth Avenue, New York 36, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

tt Political science, economics, psy- 
chology of nations 

6 U.S.A.: IWA at Twinlakes, Salisbury, 
Conn. 

JE Available to nationals of all countries ; 
preferably men; age 20 to 30; must bo 
unmarried; should have B.A. degree. 
Awards are intended to further educa- 
tion for world peace through deeper 
understanding between college youth 
of different races. 

<S Maximum $300, usually $150 (covers 
complete or partial tuition and mainte- 
nance) 

ffi 8 weeks in July and August 

* Approx. 30 8 a 

Institute of World Affairs, 522 Fifth 
Avenue, Room 831, New York 36, N.Y., 
by 30 April 

(A 1463) 
INTER-AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE, 

New York University Law Center, Wash- 
ington Square, New York 3, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Fellowships 
ftt Law 
6? U.S.A. 

Jft Available to male nationals of North, 
Central and South American coun- 
tries; age 23 to 40; must be graduates of 
law school, have high academic record 
and interest in and aptitude for leader- 
ship in public affairs. Awards are given 



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' for the study of Anglo-American law 

on a comparative basis. 
A $1,500 plus tuition. Some fellowships 

provide transportation in addition 

5 1 academic year 
* 12 to 15 

Institute of International Education, 
1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 
by 15 April 

(A 1464) 

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE, 500 River- 
side Drive, New York 27, N.Y., U.S.A. 

International House Grants 
tt Unrestricted 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to nationals of all countries ; 
granted to residents of International 
House who are as a rule graduate stu- 
dents; part-time work in library, cafete- 
ria, etc., is part of the Student Aid 
programme. Awards are made to help as 
many needy students as possible to meet 
their expenses. 

6 $10 to $200; usually covers only part of 
maintenance 

B 1 semester * 

35 to 75 a 

International House, 500 Riverside 
Drive, New York 27, N.Y. 

(A 1465) 

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF CHI- 
CAGO, 1414 East 59th Street, Chicago 37, 
Illinois, U.S.A. 

International House of Chicago Fellow- 
ships 

tt Preference given to persons whose field 
of interest is closely allied to programmes 
designed to meet well-recognized social, 
industrial, and educational needs in 
their own countries 

U.S.A.: Chicago 

M. Available without geographic restric- 
tions but on a competitive basis to 
advanced students from abroad; age 
approx. 25 to 35; must have credentials 
of professional status and be able to 
study in field of interest on graduate 
level; recipient must live at Inter- 
national House during period of grant. 

4 $1,400 plus tuition grant 

I 12 months 

3 

B The Director, International House of 
Chicago, 1414 East 59th Street, Chi- 
cago 37, Illinois, by 10 March 

(A 1466) 

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FUND, 
50 West 45th Street, New York 19, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Summer Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted, within the limits of 

various special programmes 

Canada, U.S.A. 



M Available to European and other non- 
American students participating in 
special summer programmes in Canada 
and U.S.A. arranged by the Internatio- 
nal Research Fund and associated organ- 
izations; age 20 to 30. 

4 Covers maintenance, tuition and pocket- 
money. Participants are asked to make 
a contribution (variable) towards their 
trans-Atlantic transportation 

ffi 2 or 3 months 

fc Approx. 60 a 

International Research Fund, 25 Pem- 
broke Street, Oxford, by 1 April 

(A 1467) 

IOWA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S 
CLUBS 

Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs* 

Unesco Fellowship 
tt Education of women in citizenship 

e U.S.A. 

Jft Available to women nationals of Aus- 
tria; must be mature persons having 
practical experience in the field of 
women's education in citizenship or in 
women's education in general. 

& $3,000 

E Approx. 6 months 

* 1 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Austria, 
by 30 October 1952 

(A 1468) 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Fogg Museum 
of Art, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 
Donor: Samuel Sachs, of New York 
Sachs Research Fellowships in Fine Arts 
tt Advanced studies in the history, prin- 
ciples, or methods of the fine arts 

Unrestricted 

M. Available to nationals of U.S.A. who 
are scholars of proved ability; awards 
are intended to encourage original 
research and productive scholarship 
and contribute to the development of 
competent teachers and critics, and 
directors and curators of museums. 

B $1,600 

<S 1 academic year 1 

1 

Hi Dean of the Graduate School of Arts 
and Sciences, 24 Quincy Street, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., by 8 February 

(A 1469) 

W. K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION, Battle 
Creek, Michigan, U.S.A. 

W. K. Kellogg Foundation Fellowships 
tt Clinical medicine, basic medical 
sciences, dentistry, nursing education, 
hospital administration and other spe- 
cialized subjects 

Usually U.S.A. 

Jft Available to candidates from univer- 
sities, professional schools and other 



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health and educational agencies of the 
Latin American republics and to 
faculty and staff members from Canada ; 
age 21 to 35; must have broad cultural 
background and post-fellowship posi- 
tions, with adequate facilities for work. 
Purpose of awards is to improve inter- 
American understanding and to improve 
professional education and health ser- 
vices in Latin America and Canada. 

& Average $3,500 

B 12 months l 

* 50 * 8 

Through candidate's own university to 
W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, 
Michigan. It is important to note that 
the W. K. Kellogg Foundation does 
not accept direct applications from 
individual candidates 

(A 1470) 

THE LISLE FELLOWSHIP, Inc., 204 
South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
U.S.A. 

Intercultural Scholarships 
tt Awards are intended to offer an educa- 
tional process in intercultural and inter- 
national experiences 

Denmark, U.S.A. and other countries 
where Lisle units are established 

j| Available to nationals of all countries ; 
age 18 to 40; must be advanced or 
graduate students of colleges and should 
have a varied national and intercultural 
background; during the scholarship 
period each student participates in field 
work in communities. Awards are in- 
tended to foster international under- 
standing through human relationships 
and contacts. 

<S Covers maintenance and tuition 

IB 6 or 9 weeks 

Approx. 15 28 

Lisle Fellowship, Inc., 204 South State 
Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, from 
7 November to 1 April 

(A 1471) 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY, Cambridge 39, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 

MIT Foreign Student Summer Pro- 
gramme 

tt Technical and industrial subjects, ar- 
chitecture 

U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of countries in 
Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin Amer- 
ica, Middle East and Oceania; age 25 
to 32; must have university degree and 
be engaged in a research programme, 
and have had at least 2 years' expe- 
rience in research, teaching or industry 



in their field. Recipients attend a semi* 
nar at MIT and visit various industrial 
centres in U.S.A. Awards are to help 
technical reconstruction and world 
understanding. 

^ Covers maintenance, tuition, travel 
within U.S.A., books, etc. 

M 15 weeks 

* Approx. 80 * 3 

B United States Embassy in candidate's 
own country, by February 

(A 1472) 

MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, 
Committee on International Co-operation, 
c/o Mrs. Eileen R. Cunningham, Vanderbilt 
Medical Library, Nashville 4, Tennessee, 
U.S.A. 

Fellowship in Medical Librarianship 
tt Medical librarianship 

* U.S.A. 

Jft Available to nationals of any country 
other than U.S.A.; age preferably 
20 to 45; must be working in a medical 
library and have position in such a 
library assured on return to own 
country. 

^ Covers maintenance, travel within 
U.S.A., tuition fees, books, etc. 

S 6 to 12 months 

* 3 or 4 2 

Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's coun- 
try (see page 350), or Mrs. Eileen R. 
Cunningham, Chairman, Committee on 
International Co-operation, Vanderbilt 
Medical Library, 21st Avenue S. at 
Edgehill, Nashville 4, Tennessee, by 
1 March 

(A 1473) 

MUTUAL SECURITY AGENCY, 806 
Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, 
D.C., U.S.A. 

Donors: U.S. Government and Govern- 
ments of participating countries 
Technical Assistance 

tt Industrial productivity, marketing, 
research and analysis; agricultural 
productivity, processing and market- 
ing; manpower utilization and condi- 
tions of employment; public admi- 
nistration, financial practices and 
economic reporting; Dependent Ter- 
ritories development ; transportation 
and communications 
U.S.A. 

JK Available to all countries participating 
in the Mutual Security Programme; the 
Technical Assistance Programme is 
intended to provide technical training 
in connexion with projects developed 
by participating countries to increase 



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their industrial and agricultural pro- 
ductivity and to improve government 
organization and procedures related to 
the building of economic strength in 
support of Western defence; govern- 
ments may send teams representing 
entire industries who, on return, report 
on observations and make recommend- 
ations for more efficient utilization of the 
factors of production, or they may send 
individuals or small groups interested 
in specific production and administra- 
tive problems. 

4 Covers transportation within U.S.A., 
maintenance and, if necessary, in- 
struction fees 

5 Average 2 to 6 months; in special cases 
may be longer 

* Unlimited* 

Technicians are selected by industrial, 
agricultural and other groups request- 
ing technical assistance; all requests 
must be channelled to the respective 
MSA Country Missions as requests of 
participating governments 

(A 1474) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH 
WOMEN, 1 West 47th Street, New York 19, 
N.Y., U.S.A. 

National Council of Jewish Women 
Scholarships 

II Social work, nursery school educa- 
tion, graduate nursing, special teach- 
ing, child psychiatry, educational 
administration, diagnostic testing 

* Canada, U.S.A. 

M. Available to Jewish men and women 
from Algeria, Brazil, France, Israel, 
Morocco, Netherlands, Tunis, Turkey; 
age 22 to 45; must have minimum edu- 
cation of graduation from a gymnasium, 
university degree preferred; must have 
some practical experience in chosen 
subject; must be mature person who will 
return to use training in own community 
on completion of study abroad. 

6 Approx. $3,000 
IS 1 year 

* 18 to 20" 

National Council of Jewish Women, 
1 West 47th Street, New York 19, N.Y. 
in the spring 

(A 1475) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CHUR- 
CHES OF CHRIST IN THE U.S.A. 
(Department of Ecumenical Relations), 
297 Fourth Avenue, New York 30, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Theological Scholarships 
II Theology and related areas of study 

U.S.A. 

JR. Available to candidates from all 
countries; age preferably under 30; 
must be graduate students preparing for 



service under Protestant or Orthodox 
Church auspices, as pastors, teachers or 
specialists in some related field; must 
show outstanding abilities and promise 
of significant leadership. 

4 Covers transportation, maintenance, 
tuition, etc. 

5 1 academic year 1 

* Approx. 50 * * 

Europeans: Scholarship Committee, 
Reconstruction Department, World 
Council of Churches, 17 route de Mala- 
gnou, Geneva, Switzerland; others: Na- 
tional Council of the Churches of Christ 
in the U.S.A. (Department of Ecu- 
menical Relations), 297 Fourth Avenue, 
New York 10, N.Y., by 1 December 

(A 1476) 

NATIONAL COUNCIL PROTESTANT 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 281 Fourth Ave- 
nue, New York 10, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
M Theological education, social work, 

medical missions 

* Mainly U.S.A. 

JL Available to nationals of Germany, 
Greece, India, Japan, Rumania, 
Yugoslavia and some other countries; 
age 25 to 50; must have college degree 
and be eligible for entrance to U.S. 
theological schools or graduate study in 
church work or social work; must be 
sponsored by church authorities and 
preference is given to students belonging 
to Anglican, Old Catholic and Eastern 
Orthodox Churches. Awards are to 
train religious leaders and church 
workers of countries ravaged by war or 
occupied by alien governments. 

4 Usually covers transportation, main- 
tenance, tuition fees, etc. 

D 1 academic year l 

* 10 to 15 

National Council Protestant Episcopal 
Church, 281 Fourth Avenue, New York 
10, N.Y. 

(A 1477) 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SETTLE- 
MENTS, 129 East 52nd Street, New York 
22, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Barnett Memorial Fellowship 
II Study and research in social subjects 
U.S.A., United Kingdom and other 

European countries 

JR Available, alternately, to nationals of 
the United Kingdom and LJ.S.A.j 
must be university graduates; British 
fallow's subject of study must be of 
interest to the London School of Eco- 
nomics and U.S. fellow's must be of 
interest to the National Federation of 
Settlements. 
& 500 
D Usually 1 year 



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A 1 award is available every few years 
when enough money accrues 

United Kingdom: London School of 
Economics. Houghton Street, Aldwych, 
London W.C.2. or Toynbee Hall, 26 
Commercial Street. London E.I : U.S.A.: 
National Federation of Settlement*. 
129 East 52nd Street, New York 22, 
N.Y. 

(A 1478) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 2101 
Constitution Avenue, Washington 25, D.C. f 
U.S.A. 

Donor: Eli Lilly and Company, Indiana* 
polis 6, Indiana 

Lilly Research Laboratories Post-doc- 
toral Fellowships in the Natural 
Sciences 

M liioctiemistry, biophysics, botany, 
orynnic chemistry, physics, physio- 
logy, y.oolojjy and allied fields 

U.S.A. and abroad 

Jft Available to nationals of U.S.A.; age 
generally under 35; must have had 
training in one of the natural sciences 
listed above equivalent to that repre- 
sented by the Ph.D or Sc.D degree and 
must have demonstrated superior ability 
for creative research. 

4 $3,300 plus $500 for transportation 
abroad. Married fellows receive allow- 
ance of $600 for wife and $300 for each 
child 

H 1 year 

* 5" 

Fellowship Office, National Research 
Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, 
Washington 25, D.C. 

(A 1479) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 2101 
Constitution Avenue. N.W., Washington 25, 
D.C., U.S.A. 

Donor: Merck and Company, Inc. 
Merck Post-doctoral Fellowships in the 
Natural Sciences 

tt All fields of chemistry and biolojjy, 
including the pre-clinical medical 
sciences 

As approved by the Council 

M Available to U.S. nationals; age under 
35; must have Ph.D. degree in chemistry 
or biology or its equivalent. 

& $3.000 to $5,000 plus transportation 

K 1 year ' 

Approx. 10 2S 

Fellowship Office, National Resenrch 
Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue. 
N.W., Washington 25, D.C., by JO 
January 



(A 1430) 

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 2101 
Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, 
D.C.. U.S.A. 

D mnr: Rockefeller Foundation 
National Research Fellowships id the 
Natural Science-* 

tt Natural sciences (mathematics, astro* 
norny, physics, chemistry, geology, 
geophysics, palaeontology, physical geo- 
griphy, botany, zoology, biochemistry, 
biophysics, agriculture, forestry, anthro- 
pology, psychology) 
Jl Unrestricted, nenerlly U.S.A. 

Available to national* of dimifla and 
U.S.A.: age generally under 35; must 
have Ph.D. degree or equivalent. 

& $3,300 plus transportation. Married 
fellows receive additional $500 plus 
grants of $250 per child for not more 
than 2 children 

5 1 year ' 

* Approx. 15 f 

Fellowship Office, National Research 
Council. 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W., 
Washington 25, D.C., by / January 

(A 1481) 

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, 
Washington 25. D.C., U.S.A. 

National Science Foundation Pre- 
doctoral Graduate Fellowships 
tt Mathematical, physical, biological and 
engineering sciences, including inter- 
disciplinary fields 

6 U.S.A. or abroad 

JK Available to nationals of U.S.A. who 
have demonstrated ability and special 
aptitude for advanced training in the 
sciences. 

A $1,400 to $1,800 plus travel allowances, 
tuition arid required fees. Married 
fellows will receive an allowance of 
$350 for wife and $350 for each depen- 
dent child 

K 1 year 

ft Approx. 500 t8 

Hi National Science Foundation, Wash- 
ington 23, D.C., or Fellowship Office, 
National Research Ctuncil, 2101 Consti- 
tution Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, 
D.C. 

(A 1482) 

NATIONAL SCIEVCE FOUNDATION, 

Washington 25, D.C., U.S.A. 

National Science Foundation Post- 
doctoral Fellowship 

M Mathematical, physical, medical, biolo- 
gical and engineering sciences, includ- 
ing interdisciplinary fields 

U.S.A. or abroad 

Jl Available to nationals of U.S.A. who 



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have demonstrated ability and special 
aptitude for advanced training in the 
sciences and who have had training 
equivalent to that represented by the 
Ph.D. or M.D. degree. 

6 $3,400 plus travel allowances, tuition 
and fees if required. Married fellows 
will receive an allowance of $350 for 
wife and $350 for each dependent child 

D 1 year 

* Approx. 25 * 8 

National Science Foundation, Wash- 
ington 25, D.C., or Fellowship Office, 
National Research Council, 2101 Consti- 
tution Avenue, N.W., Washington 25, 
D.C. 

(A 1483) 

NEW ORLEANS CHAMBER OF COM- 
MERCE, 315 Camp Street, New Orleans 5 
Louisiana, U.S.A. 

Donors: Loyola University of the South 
and Louisiana State University in co- 
operation with Mississippi Shipping 
Company, Pan-American Life Insur- 
ance Company, Standard Fruit and SS. 
Company, Gulf and South American SS. 
Company 

(a) Loyola Scholarship; (b) Louisiana 
State University Scholarship 
tt (a) IliisiiiCMS ml minis! ration and 
foreign commerce ; (b) Agriculture 

U.S.A.: (a) Loyola University of the 
South: (b) Louisiana State Lniversity 

Jft Available to male nationals of Argen- 
tina, Chile, Cuba, Honduras: age 18 
to 23: must have completed secondary 
education. 

<S $1,000 plus transportation and tuition 
fees 

81 4 academic years 

fc 4 * 8 (1 to each country) 

Loyola University of the South, New 
Orleans, Louisiana, or Louisiana State 
University, Baton Kouge, Louisiana 

(A 1484) 

OHIO FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S 
CLUBS 

Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs- 

Unesco Fellowship 
tt Social sciences, librarianship 

U.S.A. 

M. Available to women nationals of the 
Netherlands ; must be mature persons 
already established in their profession. 

4 Approx. $3,000 

5 Approx. 6 months 

1 

Ministry of Education in the Nether- 
lands, by 30 October 1952 

(A 1485) 

PAN-AMERICAN UNION, Washington 6, 
D.C., U.S.A. 

Donor: Dr. Leo S. Rowe 



Leo S. Rowe Pan- American Fund 

11 Research, studies or investigations of a 
scientific, technical or cultural cha- 
racter of social importance 

U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of Latin Amer- 
ican countries (a) who have completed 
their technical or professional studies 
and who wish to pursue advanced 
studies or research in U.S.A., (b) who 
are already studying in U.S.A. and who 
require additional financial assistance, 
(c) who have scholarships or some 
resources of their own to enable them to 
study in U.S.A. and who require addi- 
tional financial assistance ; studies under- 
taken must be such as will directly 
benefit recipient's own country on bis 
return. 

*S Unspecified. Awards are free-of-int crest 
loans which must be repaid within 
5 years after completion of studies 

12 1 year * 

* Unspecified (71 in 1951-52) 

Bi Secretariat of the Leo S. Rowe Pan- 
American Fund, Pan-American Union, 
Washington 6, D.C. 

(A 1486) 

PAN-AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS, 

135 East 42nd Street, New York, 17, N.Y , 

U.S.A. 

Pan-American World Airways Travel 
Fellowships 

II Unrestricted 

American republics other than U.S.A. 

Jl Available to U.S. nationals; must be 
graduate students presenting pro- 
gramme satisfactory to the Institute of 
International Education, and must 
matriculate in Latin American college 
or university for a lull academic year. 

4$ Transportation by Flying Clipper to 
and from country of study 

1 year l 

A Maximum 25 

Institute of International Education, 

1 East 67th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 

2 or 3 months before beginning of school 
term in country of study 

(A 1487) 

PAN-AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS, 
135 East 42nd Street, New York 17, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Pan-American World Airways Travel 

Fellowships 
II Unrestricted 

U.S.A. 

JL Available to nationals of all Latin 
American countries; must be graduate 
students presenting programme satis- 
factory to the Institute of International 
Education, and must matriculate in a 
U.S. college or university for a full 
academic year. 



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A Transportation by Flying dipper to 

and from U.S.A. 
SI 1 year l 
A Maximum 25 
B Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's coun- 

try (see page 350) 

(A 1488) 

PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF FOREIGN 
MISSIONS, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York 
City, U.S.A. 

Presbyterian Missions Fellowships 
tt I 11 restricted, subject to approval by 

the Board 

* U.S.A. 

M Available to nationals of Brazil, Chile, 
China, Colombia, Guatemala, India, 
Iran, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, 
Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, 
Syria, Thailand, Venezuela, West 
Afriea ; must be outstanding leaders in 
the Christian church and must return 
to own country to work in the Christian 
programme; must be recommended by 
Presbyterian mission in own country. 

4 $1,200 

IS 2 years 

* 20 * 

B8 Mission Secretary in candidate's own 
country 

(A 1489) 

REID FOUNDATION, 230 West 41st 

Street, New York 18, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Reid Foundation Fellowships 

tt Journalistic study 

Europe, South and Central America, 
Far East, Near East 

A Available to U.S. nationals; must have 
at least 5 years of proved experience on 
a daily newspaper in U.S.A. and must 
have employer's sanction for year's 
absence with understanding that he 
may return to employing newspaper. 
Awards are to enable experienced 
newspaper writers to spend a year 
abroad studying the political, cultural 
and economic life of countries of their 
choice, and thus keep the reading public 
better informed. 

4 $5,000 

1 1 year 

* 6 

Reid Foundation, 230 West 41st Street, 
New York 18, N.Y., from 15 May to 
1 October 



RICE INSTITUTE, P.O. 

Houston 1, Texas, U.S.A. 

Donor: Mrs. Ora Nixon Arnold 
Ora N. Arnold Fellowship 



(A 1490) 
Box 1892, 



tt Language and government 

6 Mexico, Philippines, South America, 
West Indies 

Jft Available to nationals of Mexico and 
U.S.A. who are graduates of the 
University of Mexico or of the Rice 
Institute. Awards are intended to 
promote a better understanding be- 
tween the people and governments of 
Mexico, South American States, West 
Indies and Philippines. 

* $1,200 

H 1 year 

* 1 ' 

m The Rice Institute, P.O. Box 1892, 
Houston 1, Texas 

(A 1491) 
ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION, 49 West 

49th Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships 

tt Any subject with which current 
programme of the Foundation is con- 
cerned, such as medieal sciences, 
MM'inI sciences, natural sciences, huma- 
nities 

Unrestricted, subject to approval of the 
Foundation officers 

J* Available to nationals of countries in 
which the Foundation's programme is 
active; must have completed graduate 
work and have several years* expe- 
rience in chosen field; in most instances 
the candidate already has an appoint- 
ment on a university faculty or is on 
the staff of a research institute or 
government, and is eligible, because of 
his outstanding work, for leave of 
absence and lien on his post to make the 
most effective use of the experience of 
his fellowship on return. 

& Approx. $175 per month plus tuition 
fees and transportation. In special 
cases allowance for support of married 
fellow's family is made 

Average 1 year 

* Approx. 200 

Bi Candidates should not apply direct to 
the Foundation. Sponsoring institu- 
tions can obtain information re appli- 
cation from Foundation regional offices. 

(A 1492) 

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COUN- 
CIL, 726 Jackson Place, N.W., Washing- 
ton 6, D.C., U.S.A. 

Research Training Fellowships 
tt Social science (anthropology, econo- 
mics, history, human geography, poli- 
tical science, social psychology, socio- 
logy) 

$ Unrestricted 
M Available to nationals of Canada and 



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'UNITED STATES 'OF AMERICA Gmri 



U.S.A.; age limit 35; must have Ph.D. 
or have completed studies Tor Ph.D. 
and must have demonstrated excep- 
tional aptitude for research. 

41 Approx. $3,000 plus transportation 

S. I year * 

* Approx. 100 * * 

IB Social Science Research Council, 726 
Jackson Place, N. W., Washington 6, D.C. 

(A 1493) 

UNITED BOARD FOR CHRISTIAN 
COLLEGES IN CHINA, 150 Fifth Avenue, 
New York 11, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Graduate Fellowships 
tt Un restricted 

d, Canada, United Kingdom, U.S.A. 
J| Available to Chinese nationals who 
need not have been students in or 
members of the staffs of the Christian 
Colleges, though, other factors being 
equal, special consideration is given to 
candidates in these categories; age 
preferably 30 to 40; must have at least 
a bachelor's degree but persons having 
Ph.D. are not eligible; no requirement 
that any fellow must return to China or 
accept a post in the Christian Colleges. 
Primary purpose of these awards is to 
build up Christian leadership with 
special consideration in the field of 
higher education. 

* $2,400 to $3,600 
gl 12 months 

* 10 to 12 2S 

m Dr. William P. Fenn, China Colleges, 
150 Fifth Avenue, New York 11, N.Y., 
by 1 April 

(A 1494) 

UNITED: BOARD FOR CHRISTIAN 

COLLEGES IN CHINA, 150 Fifth Avenue, 

New York 11, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Undergraduate Scholarships 

n Unrestricted 

India, Japan, Philippines, South-east 
Asia 

M Available to Chinese nationals; age 
under 25; must have completed higher 
middle school. Primary purpose is to 
place promising young Chinese with 
Christian backgrounds in Christian 
colleges in other Asiatic countries. 

<& Determined by individual needs and 
costs in place of study 

JS 1 academic year l 

A 50 * 3 

m Dr. William P. Fenn, China Colleges, 
150 Fifth Avenue, New York 11, N.Y., 
by 1 April 

(A 1495) 

WENNER-GREN FOUNDATION FOR 
ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH, In- 
corporated (formerly The Viking Fund, 



Inc.), 14 East 71st Street, New York 21, 

N.Y., U.S.A. 

Wenner-Gren Foundation Pre-doctoral 
Fellowships 

S3 Aiilliropolojjy (ocial, cultural, physi* 
cat and prehistoric archaeology) 

Unrestricted 

A Available to narionals of alt *siiiialFis| 
candidates must be. graduate students 
(B.A. level or above) working for Ph.D. 
degree in 'anthropology at a recognised 
tn^tituliou of higher learning. 

<& Varies maximum $1,500 

H 1 year 

A Unspecified 2 s 

IHi Wcnner-Gren Foundation for Anthro- 
pological Research Incorporated, 14 
East 7 1st Street, New York 21, N.Y. 
Application to be made by candidate's 
academic sponsor (Department of 
Anthropology of university where 
graduate work is to be undertaken, or 
other spon&ormg and supervising insti- 
tution) 

(A 1496) 

WENNER-GREN FOUNDATION FOR 
ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH, In- 
corporated (formerly The Viking Fund, 
Inc.), 14 East 71st Street, New York, 21, 
N Y., U.S.A. 

Wenner-Gren Foundation Post-doctoral 
Fellowship 
H AnihrofolM3f.v (social, cultural, physical 

and prehistoric archaeology) 
<P Unrestricted 

<Sl Available to nationals of all countries! 
mint have doctorate; award i* Driven to 
aid field research and the completion 
of advanced research. 
& Varies, maximum $2,500 
K 1 year 
A Unspecified * s 

B Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthro- 
pological Research, Incorporated, 14 
East 71st Street, New York 21, N.Y. 

(A 1497) 

WISCONSIN FEDERATION OF 

WOMEN'S CLUBS 

Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs- 
Unesco Fellowship 

0H Home economics teachinjj in primary 
schools and adult classes 

U.S.A. 

dl Available to women nationals of -Tur- 
key; should he selected teachers, head- 
mistresses or inspectors of girls' vocatio- 
nal or technical institutes, technical 
teachers' training colleges, women ? s 
evening trade schools or village courses 
for women, who, on their return to 
Turkey, may be able to improve the 
curricula and methods of adult educa- 
tion for women and of home-making: 
courses for girls. 



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A $3,000 

H Approx. 6 months 

* 1 

Ministry of Education in Turkey, by 
30 June 1952 

(A 1498) 

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TO THE 
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANI- 
CAL ENGINEERS, 29 West 39th Street, 
New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Calvin W. Rice Memorial Scholarship 
M Kiijjiiieerinsj* preferably mechanical 

a U.S.A. 

A Available to male nationals of \V OH torn 
European countries; age 21 to 30; 
must have engineering degree or its 
equivalent and be in need of financial aid. 

A $1,500 

K 1 academic year 

* 1 

Institute of International Education 
election committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1499) 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF U.S.A., 600 Lexington 
Avenue, New York 22, N.Y., U.S.A. 



YWCA Training Scholarships 
Subjects related lo YUT.A work, e.g., 
adult education, social work, education, 
group work, psychology, personal coun- 
selling, religious education, economics, 
international relations 
U.S.A. 

Available to female candidates from 
countries where there are organized 
units of the YWCA; age over 25; 
must have A.B. from college or equi- 
valent; must be experienced YWCA 
secretary and have at least 4 to 6 years* 
YWCA experience: must have under- 
standing of basic philosophy of YWCA 
and ability to adapt learnings from 
U.S.A. in the setting of her own country; 
recipient must continue to work for 
YWCA for at lean 2 years after her 
return to own country. 
Varies according to need of recipient. 
May cover transportation, maintenance, 
tuition fees, books, etc. 
3 to 18 months 

Unspecified (16 given in 1951-52) 
Foreign Divi-ion, YWCA of U.S.A., 
600 Lexington Avenue, New York 22. 
N.Y. 



UNITED STATES UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



APPLICATIONS 



Some universities and colleges consider only candidates who are recommended by the INSTITUTE 
OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION although applications may generally be sent direct to the 
university or college offering the award. Students applying through the Institute should 
write to the I. I.E. Selection committee in their own countries (see list on page 350) and not to 
the New York office of the Institute. 

VALUE OF AWARDS 

Many of the awards listed below cover tuition fees only ; the term "tuition" does not cover 
room and board. Even when complete maintenance is covered, students should allow of 
least $300 per year for incidental expenses. 



AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE, 
Georgia, U.S.A. 

(a) Fellowships 

(b) Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

<& U.S.A.: Agnes Scott College 

41 Available to women students 

outside U.S.A. 

(a) $1,200; (b) Tuition fees 
2 1 academic year l 



(A 1503) 
Decatur, 



from 



* (a) 2 28 ; (b) 5 

BB Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A isoiy 

ALABAMA COLLEGE, Montevallo, Ala- 
bama, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 



For symbols and footnote*, see page -77. 



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U.S.A.: Alabama College 

Jft Available to women students from out- 
side U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
Maintenance and tuition 
D 1 academic year 1 

* 4" 

Alabama College, Montevallo, Alabama, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1502) 

ALABAMA STATE TEACHERS COL- 
LEGE, Jacksonville, Alabama, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

tt Education, business education, se- 
cretarial science, business adminis- 
tration, economics, applied music 

U.S.A.: Alabama State Teachers College 
Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

tf Maintenance, tuition and $20 per month 
B 1 academic year l 

7* 

Alabama State Teachers College, Jack- 
sonville, Alabama, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 

(A 1503) 

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, Univer- 
sity, Alabama, U.S.A. 

Interfraternity Council Scholarship 
tt Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: University of Alabama 

M. Available to a male student from out- 
side U.S.A.; preferably from Western 
Europe and for undergraduate studies. 

4k Maintenance, tuition and $75 for return 
transportation from New York to the 
University 

H 1 academic year * 

ft 1" 

University of Alabama, University, 
Alabama, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1504) 

ALFRED UNIVERSITY, Alfred, New 

York, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

tt Ceramics, liberal arts 

U.S.A.: Alfred University 

Jft Available to students from outside 
U.S.A.; preferably graduate. 

4$ Tuition fees 

EC 1 academic year * 

ft 2 * 3 : 1 in each subject of study 

H Director of Admissions, Alfred Univer- 
sity, Alfred, New York, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 



(A 1505) 

ALLEGHENY COLLEGE, Meadville, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

* U.S.A.: Allegheny College 

Jti Available to students from outside 
U.S.A., preferably from Continental 
Europe ; undergraduate. 

& Tuition fees 

H 1 academic year l 

* 2 8 

EH Allegheny College, Meadville, Penn- 
sylvania, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350 

(A 1506) 

AMHERST COLLEGE, Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 

Tuition Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 

* U.S.A.: Amherst College 

M, Available to men students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
Tuition fees 
B 1 academic year * 

* 10 to 12 

9 Amherst College, Amherst, Massachu- 
setts, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1507) 

AMHERST COLLEGE, Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 

(a) French Assistantships 

(b) Spanish Assistantship 
tt Unrestricted 

6 U.S.A.: Amherst College 

M. Available to male nationals of (a) 
French-speaking countries and (b) Boli- 
via, Colombia or Spain; recipients are 
required to perform some services in 
return for award. 

<S $700 plus maintenance and tuition 

B 1 academic year l 

* (a) 4 88 ; (b) I 88 

9 Amherst College, Amherst, Massachu- 
setts, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 359) 

(A 1508) 

ANDERSON COLLEGE, Anderson, In- 
diana, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
tt Unrestricted 
9 U.S.A.: Anderson College 
M. Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 
& Tuition 

B 1 academic year 1 
ft Unspecified * * 
Hi Anderson College, Anderson, Indiana, or 

Institute of International Education 



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selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1509) 

ANTIOCH COLLEGE, Yellow Springs, 
Ohio, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
m Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Antioch College 

M. Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
A Tuition fees 
BH 1 academic year l 

* 5 to 7 

Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1510) 

ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE, Flagstaff, 
Arizona, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 
Mi Education 

U.S.A.: Arizona State College, Flagstaff 
M. Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; graduate or undergraduate. 
<5 Tuition fees 
I 1 academic year l 

6 

Arizona State College, Flagstaff, Ari- 
zona, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1511) 
ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE, Tempe, 

Arizona, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

tt Education 

<B U.S.A.: Arizona State College, Tempe 

M Available to students from outside 
U.S.A. 

A Tuition fees (partial or complete main- 
tenance may be available in addition) 

5 1 academic year l 

6 

Arizona State College, Tempe, Arizona, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1512) 

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 
Arizona, U.S.A. 

(a) International Scholarships 

(b) Latin American Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: University of Arizona 

M. Available to (a) students from outside 
U.S.A. and (b) students from Latin 
American countries. 

6 Tuition fees 



I 1 academic year l 
* (a) 5 *; (b) 10 * 

Chairman, Committee on Scholarships 
and Awards, University of Arizona, 
Tucson, Arizona, or Institute of Inter* 
national Education selection committee 
in candidate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1513) 

ARKANSAS STATE TEACHERS COL- 
LEGE, Normal Station, Conway, Arkansas, 
U.S.A. 

Scholarship 
M Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Arkansas State Teachers College 
4ft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

& Maintenance and tuition 
M 1 academic year l 

1 

Arkansas State Teachers College, Nor* 
mal Station, Conway, Arkansas, or 
Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
oountry (see pagt 350) 

(A 1514) 

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, Fayette- 
ville, Arkansas, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

M Fine and applied arts, history, poli- 
tical science, business studies, en- 
gineering, agriculture, English and 
American literature, social science, 
physical science, biological science 

U.S.A.: University of Arkansas 

Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 
& Tuition fees. Maintenance may also be 

provided 

B 1 academic year 1 
ft 12 2a 
Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's own 

country (see page 350) 

(A 1515) 

ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, 223 Chestnut 
Street, S.W., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

tt Arts, science, education, business 
administration, library science, so- 
cial work 

U.S.A.: Atlanta University 

M, Available preferably to students from 
Africa (Ethiopia, Liberia, Nigeria) and 
also from Brazil, China, Cuba, 
Haiti, Japan; graduate. 

& Tuition fees and, in some cases, main- 
tenance 

EG 1 academic year l 

A Unspecified 8 a 

Atlanta University, 223 Chestnut Street, 



For symbols and footnotes, see page 37. 



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S.W., Atlanta, Georgia, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 360) 

(A 1516) 

BALL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, 
Muncie, Indiana, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
ftft Education 

U.S.A.: Ball State Teachers College 
JL Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

4 Tuition fees 
H 1 academic year * 

* 6** 

Ball State Teachers College. Muncie, 
Indiana, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1517) 

BARD COLLEGE, Annandale-on-Hudson. 
New York, U.S.A. 

Bard College International Scholarships 
for Son* and Daughters of United 
Nations Personnel 
flft Liberal art**, sciences 

U.S.A.: Bard College 

M Available to sons and daughters of 
personnel of the United Nations and its 
Specialized Agencies, except citi/ens 
of U.S.A.; age IB to 22: should have the 
equivalent of U.S, secondary school 
education and preferably have had -time 
higher education. Awards are intended 
to foster international understanding 
by providing an opportunity for talented 
students from other countries to spend 
a year in U.S.A. living and working 
with American students. 

4 Covers maintenance and tuition fees 

fl 1 year 

ft 2 

H Director of Admissions, Bard College, 
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, by 
1 April 

(A 1518) 

BARD COLLEGE, Annandale-on-Hudson, 
New York, U.S.A. 

Bard College Internationa) Scholarships 
fll Liberal arts, science* 

U.S.A.: Bard College 

Jii Available to nationals of all countries; 
age 18 to 22; should have equivalent 
of U.S. secondary school education and 
preferably have had some higher edu- 
cation. 

4 Maintenance and tuition fees 

B 1 academic year 

ft 4 

Director of Admissions, Bard College, 
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, by 
1 April 



(A 1519) 

BARNARD COLLEGE, Columbia Uni- 
versity, 607 West 119th Street, New York 
27, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Scholarships 
ftft I ii restricted 

U.S.A.: Barnard College 

M, Available to women students from 

outside U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
4 Maintenance and tuition 
H 1 academic year 
ft Unspecified f * 

Barnard College, 607 West 119th Street, 
New York 27, N.Y., or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 

(A 1520) 
BATES COLLEGE, Lewiston, Maine 

Scholarships 
ftft Liberal arts 

U.S.A.: Bates College 

Jl Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
A Tuition 
H 1 academic year * 
ft Unspecified* 3 
Hi Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, or 

Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's own 

country (see page 350) 

(A 1521) 

BEAVER COLLEGE, Jenkintown, Penn- 
sylvania, U.S.A. 

Scholarship 

ftft Liberal arts, business administra- 
tion, home economics , fine arts, 
music, preparation for teaching 

U.S.A.: Beaver College 

M. Available to a woman student from 
France; undergraduate; recipient may 
have to perform some services in the 
French Department. 

<5 Maintenance and tuition 

H 1 academic year 
ft 1 8 

Hi Beaver College, Jenkintown, Pennsyl- 
vania, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (sec page 350) 

(A 1522) 

BEAVER COLLEGE, Jenkintown, Penn- 
sylvania, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

ftft Liberal arts, business administra- 
tion, home economics, fine arts, 
music, preparation for teaching 

U.S.A.: Beaver College 

M. Available to women students from 

outside U.S.A. 
A Tuition fees 
M 1 academic year 1 
ft Unspecified * * 



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Bi Beaver College, Jenkintown, Pennsyl- 
vania, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 360) 

(A 1523) 

BELOIT COLLEGE, Beloit, Wisconsin, 
U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
M Lanffiiajjc's, science, art* music, 

drama, Miciul sciences 

U.S.A.: Beloit College 

4ft Available to students from outside 
U.S.A., especially from African and 
Eastern European countries; under- 
graduate. 

4 5 of tuition fees and 5 of partial tuition 
fees 

H 1 academic year * 

* 10' 

H Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin, by 15 
May, or Institute of International Edu- 
cation selection committee in candidate's 
own country (see pag9 350) 

(A 1524) 

BEREA COLLEGE, Berca, Kentucky, 
U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
flft Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Berea College 

4ft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

A Tuition fees only 
B 1 academic year * 

* Unspecified" 

Bi Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, or 
Institute ol fnternational Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1525) 

BETHANY COLLEGE, Bethany, West 
Virginia, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

tt Iiicljj ( v,cli emltry, economics, Eng- 
lish, ma thematic*, history, physics, 



U.S.A.: Bethany College 

Jl Available to students from outside 
U.S.A.; undergraduate, 

6 Maintenance and tuition 

B 1 academic year 1 

* Approx. 2 * s 

Bethany College, Bethany, West Vir- 
ginia. or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate'* 0*11 country (see page 350) 

(A 1526) 

BETHANY COLLIDE, Lindsborg, Kan- 
sas, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 



t Liberal arts, music 

* U.S.A.: Bethany College, Lindsborg 
M Available to students from outside 

U.S.A., preferably from China, Europe 
or Western Hemisphere; undergraduate. 

$ Room and tuition fees 

B 1 academic year 1 

* 4* 

Bethany College, Lindsborp, Kansas, or 
Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1527) 

BETHEL COLLEGE, North Newton, Kan- 
sas, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
m Liberal arts 
tt U.S.A.: Bethel College 
Jl Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
& Partial tuition fees 
B 1 academic year ' 

* Unspecified'* 

Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1528) 
BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE, 

Birmingham 4, Alabama, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

Ml Liberal arts 

$ U.S.A.: Birmingham-Southern College 

Jl Available to students from outside 
U.S.A.; undergraduate. 

<S Room and tuition fees 

B 1 academic year * 

A 2" 

H Birmingham-Southern College, Bir- 
mingham 4, Alabama, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 

(A 1529) 

BOSTON COLLEGE, Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 
Aft (a) Xiirsiiifj* (b) Law 

U.S.A.: Boston College 

A Available to students from outside 
U.S.A.: (a) is for a woman student; 
undergraduate. 

& Tuition fees 

B I academic year ' 

A (a) 1 s ;(b) 1 

Boston College. Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 



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(A 1530) 

BOSTON COLLEGE, Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 
II Arts, sciences; social work 

U.S.A.: Boston College 

4st Available to men students from outside 

U.S.A.; graduate. 
6 Tuition fees 
35 1 academic year 1 
ft 2 

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in candi- 
date'g own country (see page 350) 

(A 1531) 

BOSTON COLLEGE, Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 
II Arts, sciences, business studies 

U.S.A.: Boston College 

M Available to men students from coun- 
tries outside U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
4 Tuition and partial maintenance 

I 1 academic year 1 

2" 

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massa- 
chusetts, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1532) 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE, Brunswick, Maine, 
U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

II Liberal arts 

U.S.A.: Bowdoin College 

Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
A Maintenance and tuition 
H 1 academic year 
ft 12 
Hi Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, or 

Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's own 

country (see page 350) 

(A 1533) 

BRADLEY UNIVERSITY, Peoria, Illi- 
nois, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
l Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Bradley University 

M Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

<S Tuition fees 
H 1 academic year 1 
ft Minimum 5 * * 
i Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, or 

Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's own 

country (see page 350) 



(A 1534) 

BRENAU COLLEGE, Gainesville, Georgia, 
U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

II English, history, music, chemistry, 
bioloyy, art, physical education, 
home economies, business educa- 
tion 

U.S.A.: Brenau College 

M Available to women students from 

outside U.S.A. ; undergraduate. 
6 Tuition fees 
D 1 academic year 1 
ft 6 

Brenau College, Gainesville, Georgia, or 
Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1535) 

BRENAU COLLEGE, Gainesville, Georgia, 
U.S.A. 

Assistantships 
II Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Brenau College 

M Available to women students from 
French-, German-, and Spanish- 
speaking countries; in return for 
awards recipients have to perform 
certain services in the language depart- 
ment. 

& Tuition fees 

15 1 academic year 1 

ft 3" 

n Brenau College, Gainesville, Georgia, or 
Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1536) 

BRIAR CLIFF COLLEGE, Sioux City 17, 
Iowa, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

tt Fine arts, science, home economics, 
medical technology, pre-medics, die- 
tetic* 

U.S.A.: Briar Cliff College 

Jft Available to women students from 
outside U.S.A.; undergraduate; Roman 
Catholics preferred. 

& Tuition 

BI 1 academic year l 

ft 2 * 

m Briar Cliff College, Sioux City 17, Iowa, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350} 

(A 1537) 

BRIARCLIFF JUNIOR COLLEGE, Briar- 
cliff Manor, New York, U.S.A. 

Scholarship 
II Liberal arts 

U.S.A.: Briarcliff Junior College 
M. Available to women students from 

outside U.S.A.; undergraduate. 



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4 Maintenance and tuition 
E 1 academic year 1 

1 

fli Briarcliff Junior College, Briarcliff Ma- 
nor, New York, or Institute of Inter- 
national Education selection committee 
in candidate's own country (seepage 350) 

(A 1538) 

POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OF 
BROOKLYN, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
M Engineering, physics, chemistry, 

mathematics 

U.S.A.: Polytechnic Institute of 
Brooklyn 

Jfc Available to men students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
<S Half tuition fees 

5 1 academic year l 
ft 23" 

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 
Brooklyn, New York, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 

(A 1539) 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, Providence 12, 

Rhode Island, U.S.A. 
Graduate Fellowships 

II American civilization, English and 
American literature, French, German 
and Spanish literature, Egyptology, 
American history, philosophy, biology, 
chemistry, applied mathematics, his- 
tory of mathematics, physics, experi- 
mental psychology 

41 U.S.A.: Brown University 

M Available to graduate students from 
outside U.S.A. 

S 2 of tuition fees and $750 to $1,000, 
3 of tuition fees and room, and 3 of 
tuition fees 

M 1 academic year l 

ft 8 83 

Graduate School, Brown University, 
Providence 12, Rhode Island, by 1 
March, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in candi- 
date's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1540) 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, Providence 12, 
Rhode Island, U.S.A. 

University Scholarships 
M Arts, engineering, chemistry, phy- 
sics 

U.S.A.: Brown University 

4H Available to students from outside 
U.S.A. 

6 Tuition fees 

ffl 1 academic year l 



* 4 ! 8 

H Director of Student Aid, Brown Uni- 
versity, Providence 12, Rhode Island, 
by 1 March, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 



(A 1541) 

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, Bryn Mawr, 

Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

Ml Biology, chemistry, classical 
archaeology, economics, educational 
psychology, English, French, geo- 
l(iy German, <>reck, history, his- 
tory of art, Italian, Latin, mathema- 
tics, mediaeval studies, philosophy, 
physics, politics, psychology, social 
economy, sociology and anthropo- 
logy, Spanish 

<& U.S.A.: Bryn Mawr College 

M. Available to women students from 
outside U.S.A.; should have 3 or 
4 years* university training. 

<$ $1,400 

K 1 academic year 1 

* 2 or 3 * s 

BH Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Penn- 
sylvania, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1542) 

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, Bryn Mawr, 

Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

Special Foreign Scholarships 

II Biology, chemistry, classical ar- 
chaeology, economics, educational 
psychology, English, French, geo- 
logy, German, Greek, history, his- 
tory of art, Italian, Latin, mathe- 
matics, mediaeval studies, philo- 
sophy, physics, politics, psychology, 
social economy, sociology and an- 
thropology, Spanish 

U.S.A.: Bryn Mawr College 

JH Available to women students whose 
native languages are French, German, 
Italian and Spanish ; should have 3 or 
4 years' university training; recipients 
will be asked to devote 4 or 5 hours a 
week to giving assistance in the lan- 
guage department. 

<S Maintenance and tuition 

I 1 academic year 1 

* 4** 

B Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Penn- 
sylvania, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 



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(A 1543) 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, Lewisburg, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Scholarships 

Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Bucknell University 

J| Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
4 Tuition 
D 1 academic year * 

4" 

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Penn- 
sylvania, by 1 February, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(SM page 350) 

U544) 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, Lewisburg, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

Assistantships 
M Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: Bucknell University 

M. Available to French- and German- 
speaking students. Awards are assistant- 
ships offered in return for services in 
the language department. 

A $600 plus maintenance and tuition 

fl 1 academic year 1 

2 

Office of the Dean, Bucknell University, 
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, by 30 April, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1545) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Ber- 
keley, U.S.A. 

bcholarbiiips 
tt Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: University of California, Ber- 
keley 

Jl Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

4 Unspecified 
D 1 academic year l 
A Unspecified 81 

University of California, Berkeley, Cali- 
fornia, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1546) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Los 
Angeles 24, California, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
M Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: University of California, Los 
Angeles 

M, Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 
4 Variable 
H 1 academic year ! 

* Unspecified 

University of California, Los Angeles 24, 



California, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can* 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1547) 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Los 
Angeles 24, California, U.S.A. 

Assistantships 
II Unrestricted 

U.S.A.: University of California, Los 
Angeles 

4ft Available to highly qualified students 
from outside U.S.A.; recipients have to 
perform some services in return for 
awards. 

4 $1,320 plus tuition 

M 1 academic year * 

A Unspecified** 

University of California, Los Angeles 24, 
California, or Institute of International 
Education selection committee in can- 
didate's own country (see page 350) 

(A 1548) 

CARLETON COLLEGE, North field, Minne- 
sota, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
tf Liberal arts 

U.S.A.: Carleton College 

Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
& Usually covers maintenance and tuition 
BB 1 academic year ' 

Approx. 7 * 

Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, 
or Institute of International Education 
selection committee in candidate's own 
country (see page 350) 

(A 1549) 

CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECHNO- 
LOGY, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

Assistantships 
II Science and engineering 

U.S.A.: Carnegie Institute of Techno- 
logy 

Jl Available to students from outside 
U.S.A. who have completed a year of 
study in the United States; recipients 
have to perform some services in return 
for awards. 

4 Minimum $800 

H 1 academic year J 

* Unspecified 88 

Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pitts- 
burgh, Pennsylvania, or Institute of 
International Education selection com- 
mittee in candidate's own country 
(see page 350) 

(A 1550) 

CARTHAGE COLLEGE, Carthage, Illi- 
nois, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 
II Unrestricted 



300 



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U.S.A.: Carthage College 

Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A.; undergraduate. 
^ Tuition fees (possible that funds may 

be available for maintenance) 
H 1 academic year * 
K Approx. 4 * a 
IB Carthage College, Carthage, Illinois, or 

Institute of International Education 

selection committee in candidate's own 

country (see page 350) 

(\ 1551) 

CASE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
Cleveland 6, Ohio, U.S.A. 

Scholarships 

tt Technology and cnflineerinfl 
9 U.S.A.: Case Institute of Technology 
Jft Available to students from outside 

U.S.A. 

6 Unspecified 
B 1 a